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

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Pennsylvania.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in New Jersey.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in New York.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Connecticut.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Rhode Island.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Delaware.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Massachusetts.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Vermont.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in New Hampshire.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Maine.

 

 

Eclipse of the Sun as seen in Hawaii.

 

Clips of Eclipses in Major Motion Pictures


This video project was done for a presentation on Astronomy Day a couple of years ago. Many movies incorporated a solar eclipse into the storyline. The very first movie was a short dealing with the Little Rascals back in 1935. The only movie that used an actual eclipse was Barabbas back in 1961. They had the actors ready for totality during the production (near Rome).

Of course, I can't show every movie, but I do have a list of movies, at the end of this video, that used a solar eclipse if interested. Anyway, hear is the link for you to peruse https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_eclipses_in_fiction

 

 

What does a live video of a total eclipse of the Sun look like?

 

 

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Updated on February 7, 2017