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Total solar eclipse 2017


August 17, 2017

As you have probably already heard Monday Aug. 21 will be one of the most amazing events to remember.

A total solar eclipse will be making its way across the state, and of course everyone around the line of totality is expecting many different visitors. According to visitscottsbluff.com at 10:25:50 am the Partial Eclipse will be visible. Then a little over an hour later, the Total Eclipse will be visible at 11:48:11. The projected total length of totality is 1 minute and 42 seconds.

Some of the great local places to be able to watch this “once in a lifetime” event will be, Scottsbluff/...

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