In The Loop – April 5, 2024

How often do those of us who roam the state capitol find ourselves murmuring, “Just get used to it, we’re all in the dark!” How fitting that sentiment could be on Monday, April 8th, as the solar eclipse traverses the United States from the Mexican border to the top of New England.

The focal point of this phenomenon is a 115-mile-wide corridor, known as the path of totality, which intersects 15 states—though two are only marginally within the 100% totality prediction. The farther one strays from this path, the less of the sun will be obscured during the eclipse when the moon passes between the Earth and the Sun, casting its shadow. READ MORE

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