Solar Eclipse 2017: View it Safely Astronomy 

Solar Eclipse 2017: View it Safely

By Kate Stone @GotScienceOrg Out of the sixty-two total solar eclipses that happened during the twentieth century, only eleven were visible from the continental United States, and only two of those eclipses crossed all of the US. The total solar eclipse that will be visible in North America on Monday, August 21, 2017, will stretch from Salem, Oregon, to Charleston, South Carolina, a path quite similar to the one happened on June 8, 1918, which crossed the United States from Washington State to Florida. In a little bit less than a…

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