Solar Eclipse Is projected To Cross The US In Only 24 Hours, Providing Millions Of People With The Opportunity To Witness This Historic Moment See Full Timing Of Each States

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In just 24 hours, on April 8th, millions will travel to experience and witness the historic event as a super rare once-in-a-lifetime solar eclipse approaches the United States.

During this phenomenon, the moon entirely blocks out the sun, turning day into darkness for over 4 minutes.

While almost everyone in the lower 48 states can witness a partial eclipse, the 115-mile-wide path of totality, where the moon completely obscures the sun, will only be visible in 15 states including parts of Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, extending to Canada.

Schools that fall within the path of totality are already closing on that day, and some states, like Texas, have declared a state of emergency due to the overwhelming traffic of people traveling to witness this once-in-a-lifetime event the next one won’t happen until Aug. 12, 2044.

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Danny Freeman

Danny Freeman is a correspondent for usnewsdaily , based in Philadelphia. The Emmy Award-winning reporter joined usnewsdaily in 2023 from NBC10 in Philadelphia.While at NBC10, Freeman worked as an Investigative Reporter focused on campaign finance, environmental issues, and police accountability.Freeman returned to the East Coast after working as a political reporter for NBC 7 in San Diego, where he hosted “Politically Speaking,” the station’s weekly public affairs show. Prior to that, he was a reporter at KGET-17 News, the NBC affiliate in Bakersfield, California.
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