Next total solar eclipse crossing the US - 2024

Winston

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Southern Illinois is lucky.

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neil_w

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That next one is the one I'm going to need to go see. Looks like it's within a 4-5 of my home (assuming I'm still living in the same place by then...)
 

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Looks like I'll be right in the middle of the next one's 100% band; we're only about 50% this time around...
 

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It's almost depressing looking at it and calculating how old I'll be for the next few, and that I'll be dead and forgotten for most of these.
 

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Why is it always on a friggin Monday!
Just trasnferred to a new program within the company, so I didn't want to take a day off 1 week in.......At least they're bringing moon pies to the office.....
 

Winston

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Not exactly the media's hyped "once in a lifetime" event, huh, if one is willing to travel a little, not even out of the country. Those in southern Illinois can probably make that claim, though, with their once in a lifetime pairing of events within 7 years of each other.
 
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