path of totality

path of totality

(zone of totality) See eclipse.
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Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio, Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, and Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument in Maine are among the park sites in the path of totality.
For that event, I'd convinced my mom and dad to drive my younger brother and me to North Dakota, one of only four states the path of totality would cross.
Chester in path of totality for total solar eclipse (29)
Hopkinsville was going to be right in the middle of the path of totality, and near the longest eclipse duration.
For example, the National Science Foundation's Citizen CATE experiment recruited hundreds of scientists, students and volunteers to track the sun along the path of totality with identical telescopes, software and instrument packages.
Thousands of spectators at four EM sites witnessed day turn to night as they stood in the path of totality of the historic solar eclipse on Aug.
One of those missions involved flying two airplanes with telescopes on their noses along the path of totality while recording data the entire time.
The AIR-Spec instrument was flown along the path of totality of the solar eclipse aboard a specially equipped Gulfstream V aircraft operated by NCAR.
It promised to be the most observed and photographed eclipse in history, with many Americans staking out prime viewing spots and settling onto blankets and garden chairs to watch, especially along the path of totality - the line of deep shadow created when the sun is completely obscured except for the thin ring of light known as the corona.
It was the most observed and photographed eclipse in history, with many Americans settling on to blankets and garden chairs to watch, especially along the path of totality - the line of deep shadow created when the sun is completely obscured except for the thin ring of light known as the corona.
Hayley Beck, a middle-AaAeAeA school teacher from Seattle, had taught h students about the eclipse months ago and vowed to come to the path of totality to witness it for herself.
Anyone within the path of totality can see one of nature's most awe inspiring sights," NASA said on a special eclipse website.