The Total Solar Eclipse Across America will be watchable from coast to coast in the United States on August 21, 2017. The path of totality stretches from Oregon to South Carolina, and hundreds of millions of people are expected to watch — using the appropriate eyewear, of course. Get your solar eclipse glasses: http://a.co/cGOEXcI?tag=scrimedi-20 See the chances for cloudy weather in your location: https://arcg.is/ynff8 Stream the eclipse live: https://www.nasa.gov/eclipselive Thanks to Xavier Jubier for the eclipse maps: http://xjubier.free.fr/en/site_pages/SolarEclipsesGoogleMaps.html Find Storm Shield elsewhere on the internet: http://www.stormshieldalerts.com http://www.facebook.com/stormshieldapp http://twitter.com/StormShieldApp Download the Storm Shield App: iPhone: http://bit.ly/stormshieldapp-ios30 Android: http://bit.ly/stormshieldapp-android Phone Call Alerts: http://bit.ly/stormshield-phonecall
Eclipse 2024 won't reach coast to coast, but the eastern half of the United States will get to enjoy it.
Today's total solar eclipse across the United States is an event we haven't seen in nearly a century. And that's because of the path it takes across the U.S. from coast to coast.
If you aren't able to make it to the path of totality this year, start making plans for seven years from now.
See photos of today’s eclipse activities around the U.S.
The next total solar eclipse visible in the United States will happen on April 8, 2024.
The path for the next total solar eclipse won't be the same as this year, but it will still cut a path across a large section of the United States, stretching from southern Texas to northern Maine.
Begin making your reservations now because the next total solar eclipse visible across a significant swath of the United States won't happen after that until 2045.
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