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Animated Simulation Shows What The Eclipse Will Look Like In Your Zip Code

The total solar eclipse on August 21st is required viewing because there won't be another like it until 2024, but unless you live in a narrow strip of the United States it's only going to be visible as a partial eclipse. The last time a total eclipse across the entire contiguous United States was back on June 8 1918, so it's not surprising that Americans are getting excited about seeing the eclipse in all its galactic glory.
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