Millions in US Look Skyward During Solar Eclipse

Rodiano Bonacci
Agosto 23, 2017

The next total solar eclipse in the US that will be visible from Texas to ME is seven years away.

The eclipse this year was the most viewed in the history of the United States of America.I believe owe a little credit to Steve Jobs for that.

The Great American Eclipse finally occurred and was just as good as people knew it would be. Residents there could see the total solar eclipse Monday and will be able to do so again in 2024, according to WHIO.

Millions of Americans have been enthralled as they gazed up at the sky to watch a total solar eclipse. Hopefully by that time those fancy glasses are a bit more stylish.

The Great American Eclipse completed its journey across the United States Monday, with the path of totality stretching coast-to-coast for the first time in almost a century. The "path of the totality" is the narrow lane on the planet's surface from which a full eclipse is visible.

For the first time since 1918, the world will witness a total solar eclipse.

The next solar eclipse occurs February 15, 2018 and is a partial eclipse visible in Antarctica and South America, NASA reports.

This was an eclipse that was memorable for kids and adults alike...and one they won't soon forget.

In North Carolina, many experienced a partial solar eclipse, about a 90 percent eclipse.

April 8th, 2024 another total eclipse will sweep across America, but this one brings the path of totality into southeast MI.

"I wanted to see the solar eclipse and you can't look at it until you have the glasses", Karen Stoll, of Glastonbury, said.

At 10:15 a.m. Pacific time, the total eclipse began on the coast of OR and made its way onward at 2,100 miles per hour.

The phenomenon took its final bow at 2:49 p.m. EDT (1849 GMT) near Charleston.

"I think that's fantastic that they're actually, not only for educational reasons, but also it's an experience we're not able to see every day in our lives".

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