BILLINGS, Mont. — Learn a bit about the total solar eclipse visible in the United States this August.
It’s been 99 years since a total solar eclipse crossed the contiguous United States from coast to coast. Since it will be a long time before it happens again you may want to consider taking off of work, getting the kids out of school and driving to a spot along the sun’s path of totality this August 21.
Many KOA campgrounds in the areas that will experience night during day have been sold out for months. But according to a recent Wired calculation, there’s enough parking in the path of totality to accommodate 150 million viewers. Will you be one of them?
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