Our latest bit of celestial excitement is constantly being postponed, but there's no way to slow the movement of the sun. Well, hopefully...because if that happens, we'll have a lot more to worry about.

On August 21st, a solar eclipse will pass over the United States. This map shows the path of the eclipse, and how much coverage you will see depending on your location.

nasa.gov

You have two months to make vacation plans that set you up along that darkest line in the middle, where you'll be able to observe the total eclipse. Charleston, South Carolina seems like a nice destination!

Our area, between New York and Philadelphia, will be right around 75% coverage, which is still pretty cool. It's also your last chance to experience something like this for a while, because the next total solar eclipse to pass over the US won't be until 2024.

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