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10 stellar observatories and planetariums in the U.S.

Architecture built for the stars In just a few days, the United States will take center stage for a unique astronomical phenomenon: A solar eclipse will travel across the entire country for the first time since 1918. The celestial hype is building, with experts predicting that up to 7.4 million tourists will hit the road to see the total eclipse, and tens of millions of people will watch it from home.
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