What will this eclipse look like in your state?
         
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Total Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Oregon.

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Washington.

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in California.

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Alaska.

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Stars and planets surrounding the August 21st total solar eclipse.


Regulus is the brightest star in the constellation of Leo. The Sun will be 44 arc-minutes (or less than one degree)
away from Regulus. Created, in part, in Stellarium (which is free to download).

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Alabama.

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Mississippi.

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Louisiana.

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Arkansas.

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Total Solar Eclipse from Space on August 21, 2017


As you can see, the Earth is rotating while the Moon is orbiting around us. You can see the umbra on the ground following the red path. (The music is from the motion picture soundtrack How the West Was Won by Alfred Newman.)

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Colorado.

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Nevada.

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Utah.

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Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Arizona.

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Updated on March 29, 2017