Solar Eclipse April 8, 2024
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Many were able to witness the solar eclipse that happened during the Fall of 2017, which passed over much of the U.S., and for 2 minutes and 40 seconds, the moon blocked out all but the fiery corona of our sun. Exactly four years from today, on April 8th 2024, yet another total solar eclipse will put on a show across much of America. The path of totality will stretch from Mexico to Maine.



Starting in Mexico, it will enter the United States in Texas, cutting a diagonal across the Lower 48 to Maine and completing its journey in Canada’s maritime provinces. Totality starts at 12:38 p.m. EST and end at 3:55 p.m. EST along the entire path of the eclipse, while the maximum eclipse can be viewed near the cities of Nazas and Torreón, Mexico, where totality will last approximately 4 minutes and 28 seconds.

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