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  • Here's what the solar eclipse will look like as it crosses SC

    On August 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible in parts of South Carolina. Here's an animation of what the sun will look like as it crosses the state — even in the places that do not sit in the path of totality.

On August 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible in parts of South Carolina. Here's an animation of what the sun will look like as it crosses the state — even in the places that do not sit in the path of totality. Larry Koehn, shadowandsubstance.com Posted by smardis@thestate.com
On August 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible in parts of South Carolina. Here's an animation of what the sun will look like as it crosses the state — even in the places that do not sit in the path of totality. Larry Koehn, shadowandsubstance.com Posted by smardis@thestate.com

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