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Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Tennessee.

A larger image (1920x995) of this map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

 

 

Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Missouri.

A larger image (1920x1333) of this map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

 

 

Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Kansas.

A larger image (1920x1600) of this map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

 

Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Iowa.

A larger image of the map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

An article about the 450 acres of land in Iowa witnessing a total eclipse (submiited to me by David Reynolds who is a teacher at Robbinsdale Middle School).

 

 

 

Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Georgia.

A larger image of the map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.



Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in North Carolina.

A larger image of the map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

 


Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in South Carolina.

A larger image (1920 x 1600) of the map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

 

 

Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Florida.

A larger image (1920x1733) of the map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations.



 

 

 

 

 



Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Nebraska.

A larger image (1920x1711) of this map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

 

 

Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Idaho.

A larger image (1920x1920) of this map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

 

 

Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Wyoming.

A larger image (1920x1920) of this map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

 

 

Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Montana.

A larger image (1920x1644) of this map can be found here. All percentages on this map are obscurations. All times on this map represent the midpoint of totality.

 

 

 

 



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Updated on August 12, 2017