The total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017 will cut a path across the entire United States, from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. There are 12 million people who live within the path of totality and another 220 million people live within a day's drive. These are the 15 best spots to watch a total eclipse of the sun across the United States. Find Storm Shield elsewhere on the internet: http://www.stormshieldalerts.com http://www.facebook.com/stormshieldapp http://twitter.com/StormShieldApp Download the Storm Shield App: iPhone: http://bit.ly/stormshieldapp-ios30 Android: http://bit.ly/stormshieldapp-android Phone Call Alerts: http://bit.ly/stormshield-phonecall
These are 15 great places to watch the total solar eclipse on August 21.
The total solar eclipse will take place on August 21.
The path of totality — where the sun will be completely blocked by the moon — cuts across the entire United States, from the Pacific to the Atlantic.
No matter where you are, the video at the top outlines the 15 best places to watch the eclipse in every state the path of totality crosses.
Twelve million people live within the path of totality and another 220 million more are within a day's drive.
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