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- Apr 2, 2020
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- East Bay Area, CA
- p̶r̶i̶u̶s̶ c̶,̶ y̶o̶t̶a̶ p̶i̶c̶k̶u̶p, ⼕丫⻏🝗尺セ尺ㄩ⼕长
So did you notice with the map, you can zoom in to your house and click/tap on a point in the map and it will tell you what time the eclipse will begin and end at that location. It is perfect for planning. I was in Eastern Oregon for the 2017 Eclipse and it was fantastic. My mom lives in Arkansas and I'm planning on taking my Cybertruck from Cal to Arkansas for 2024. This Eclipse will be even more hyped than 2017, because there are so many large cities along the path of totality.I'll be watching the eclipse from my upstairs terrace for sure. I live in SW of Austin so I'm in the total eclipse zone.
I agree. I took my girls to watch at a coworker's house in the middle of nowhere, Nebraska. It's definitely something everyone should try to get out to see.one thing a video cant show is the massive temp change and if your not in a city, the animals act weird. I highly suggest anyone who can take a trip to see the eclipse, do it!
So I'll set my alarm for Monday, April 8th, 2024, 12:18, in Austin, TXClose but no cigar. I'm an eclipse chaser too. Here's a really cool interactive map. The land for Tesla Texas is on both sides of the toll road marked 45 & 130. On the north side of the Colorado River. It's really close but just outside of the shadow of total eclipse. If you're not inside the shadow, you've missed the party and you have no idea what the big deal is. http://xjubier.free.fr/en/site_pages/solar_eclipses/TSE_2024_GoogleMapFull.html?Lat=34.62841&Lng=-93.70882&Zoom=11&LC=1