Total Eclipse of the Carolinas

The Great American Eclipse will make its way across the country on Monday, August 21, 2017. The path of totality - where the moon completely covers the sun so that only the sun's corona can be seen - will stretch from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. In fact, residents of the Carolinas are in a particularly spectacular position to view this rare event. The 2017 solar eclipse is called "The Great American Eclipse" for a lot of reasons: it's the first solar eclipse to transverse the country from sea to shining sea in almost 100 years (1918), it's the first solar eclipse to touch US soil (and only US soil) since the US first became the US in 1776, and everyone in the continental US

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