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Gorgeous new supercomputer images reveal what the total solar eclipse might look like

No one knows exactly what the total solar eclipse will look like until it actually happens on August 21. But that hasn't stopped computer scientists from guessing. Nearly anyone in the US can see the moon partially block the sun on Monday, weather permitting. However, those lucky enough to be in the 2,800-mile-long, 70-mile-wide path of totality will see the moon completely block the sun.
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