Here’s Everything You Need to Know About The 2024 Total Solar Eclipse

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If you are looking for something to get excited about, I’ve found it!

The Great North American Eclipse will be here soon and I can’t wait, this is a TOTAL solar eclipse!!

There will be a trail from Texas to Maine that will have a view of the total solar eclipse.

We will tell you everything you need to know to get the best view because we won’t have this chance again for a very long time.

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Even if you are not in the path of the total solar eclipse, all 48 contiguous United States will have a view of the partial solar eclipse!

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Please remember to protect your eyes while viewing a solar eclipse.

I don’t know why, but it seems that every time one of these cool events in the sky happens, we tend to get rained out and have heavy cloud coverage.

I’m hoping that this event is different because I do NOT want to miss it and I know you don’t want to miss it either!

The path of the eclipse will start in Mexico and then head into my state, Texas!

From Texas, it will pass through Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and then Maine. So, if you are in any of those states you have a greater chance of experiencing a total solar eclipse.

If you are in Michigan or Tennessee you may also have a chance to view the total solar eclipse, however, it is not going to be viewable from the entirety of those 2 states.

If you live in Canada you will have an opportunity to view the total solar eclipse as well. The best chances for viewing will be if you are in the areas of Southern Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Cape Breton.

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NASA created a map that details the path of the total solar eclipse as shown below.

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NASA also created the table below so that you can plan for the best chance of viewing the 2024 total solar eclipse.

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This amazing total solar eclipse event will take place on Monday, April 8, 2024! You won’t want to miss it since the next total solar eclipse viewable in the U.S. won’t occur until August 12, 2045!

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