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Ooh, Eclipse of 2024, So Excited

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The eclipse of April  8th, 2024 will be crossing the United States. Totality starts in Texas, then cuts diagonally across to Maine.  This will provide numerous people in the U.S. the opportunity to experience the event.   Cosmically Curious as to who plans on experiencing this event? 

Total solar eclipse maps of April 8, 2024

What is really exciting, is the path of totality crosses over where I live.  So I .... get to experience the event from home, needing only to go from my refrigerator to my back porch. 

How cool is that ?  

 

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Will be good for sure, still a while away though. There's been some supermoon/blood moons down my way the last year which captured the attention.

 

The only thing might be if your planning on clearing out that fridge on the night you may not see anything:)

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8 hours ago, PaulaJedi said:

It will probably be raining in Florida or I will totally forget!

Florida will only get partial eclipse.  But if you know anyone in like, um, Texas, can stay there and experience the eclipse in totality.  Am sure will be hearing more about the event as the date gets closer.    Link to map and who will see what .......

(  APRIL 8, 2024 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE MAP  )

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On 7/23/2019 at 12:55 PM, KerrTexas said:

Florida will only get partial eclipse.  But if you know anyone in like, um, Texas, can stay there and experience the eclipse in totality.  Am sure will be hearing more about the event as the date gets closer.    Link to map and who will see what .......

(  APRIL 8, 2024 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE MAP  )

 

haha Maybe we can plan a trip to Texas, if I remember, anyway.  *getting old*

We do want to visit Texas one day, for sure.  

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