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Columbia, South Carolina Is Going All Out for This Summer's Solar Eclipse

Despite how it sounds, the “path of totality” is not a term related to geometry or Star Trek. But it does allude to something spectacular: this summer’s full solar eclipse. Thanks to the path’s August 21 trajectory, the lower 48 states will get the planet’s best exposure to the galactic phenomenon. While cities from coast to coast ready their plans for throngs star-gazing travelers, Columbia, South Carolina is going above and beyond.
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