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Damn I live in Florida. The last Solar Eclipse in North America occurred about 100 years ago! It must have been in Canada, Mexico or some other region since you said the last for the US was in 1979.
I live right in the path of totality here in east-central Missouri. I'll be watching it with my elderly parents at their house to make sure they know when to take off the eclipse glasses. I'd rather attend the event at the local library but parents come first. We will get 2 minutes 30 seconds of totality.
My home is about 3 miles from the centerline of the zone of totality. I was going to head home today, but I am stuck in the northeast.
I was thinking of going up there, but it only lasts a few minutes, and it's too far. I do have a relative I could probably have stayed with in central Oregon, right near the path.
My co-worker is driving up with his brothers to see it in Idaho. I would rather spend my time off on something that lasts a bit longer.
It's about 50 miles south of where I live. I'm going down the day before and spending the night there.
Going to the local science museum for their viewing party
Oh never mind, I get what you're asking. I'm about 93% coverage, it's going to be dark here. My sister is in Idaho Falls and it's going to be total coverage there
90% here in Tallahassee. It'll be noticeable but not totality
Nope. I'm supposed to get 79% where I live.
We're having about an 80% eclipse, but I don't really care. Today I'm working on a Fortune Teller display for Halloween. She'll be in a wood display box, and have a glowing crystal ball. Last year, she just had a cardboard box and a crystal ball that didn't light up.
boarding a plane
Nope but i know we should be able to see notice it. Hoping I'll be able to see it. Talking rain on Monday by me, so it will be dark anyways lol.
Live close to the path but I don't want to drive. Don't have solar glasses so I'm kinda screwed anyway. Total eclipse is not that rare, plan vacations to other countries when a total eclipse will be occurring.
I did not. I live in North Carolina, just a couple of hours outside what was the path of totality. My area had a 95% eclipse.
Same thing I do everyday.
My primary home is dead center of the path of totality. :-)
Ill be at 50% during the rainy month so no one here will notice
I'm in New Jersey and I think it goes past me.
We'll get about 98% coverage. We were going to stay with family where it would be totally covered but the traffic is already crazy here. I can't imagine trying to get over there. Like the gas stations are running out of gas and the firefighters are hoarding it because it's so out of control around here.
So we're staying home and not leaving the house until like Wednesday XD 3.bp.blogspot.com/.../misfits.gif
I don't think I'm directly in the path. Based on maps I've seen, I'm just slightly north of it. People in my area should still be able to get a really good view though, although I don't personally really plan on watching. I will just be working and staying inside out of the heat. Lol
It'll be over 90% in my city. No big plans, but we will take our lunch break late so we can go outside and see it.
Yes and I'll be hiding in my room until everyone leaves.