path of totality

path of totality

(zone of totality) See eclipse.
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It will be late in the day, however, and anyone lucky enough to be in the "path of totality" will be looking at the event close to the horizon.
NASA says "the eclipse will only be visible directly to observers within the path of totality, which stretches across parts of Chile and Argentina." The moon will pass between Earth and Sun, making the first total solar eclipse since 2017, which is expected to last for as long as four minutes.
Celebrating the 2017 Great American Eclipse: Lessons Learned from the Path of Totality
Fort Laramie was selected as our central site because it was close to the center of the path of totality and had campsites with amenities available to host 40 participants for the field campaign.
On April 8, 2024, southern Illinois is in the path of totality for another total solar eclipse.
So enjoy 2019's pantheon of eclipses, but know that the only one eclipse-chaser would go to the ends of the Earth to see is a total solar eclipse from the path of totality a surely nature's greatest spectacle.
Residents of North and South America, the Pacific Ocean and parts of western Europe and Africa will see the moon in its path of totality.
Supported by a grant from the American Astronomical Society, the project engaged more than 400 participants -- including scientists, members of the public, and elementary school teachers and students -- in setting up 16 monitoring stations in the path of totality in Oregon, Idaho, and Missouri.
For the Citizen CATE effort, crews operating more than 60 telescope rigs along the path of totality shot images of the Sun's corona for an upcoming "movie" of the corona's evolution.