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6 places to go to experience the planet's dark side, no total solar eclipse necessary

When the moon blots out the sun during Monday's total solar eclipse, 12 states in its path of totality, from Oregon to South Carolina, will be plunged into darkness for a few minutes. The eclipse will begin over the Pacific Ocean at 8:45 a.m. Pacific time and start to darken the sky at the first...
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