On Aug. 21, the contiguous United States will see its first eclipse in nearly 40 years. It will span coast to coast, from Oregon to South Carolina. About 200 million people live within a day’s drive of the “path of totality,” meaning this eclipse will be among the most viewed and photographed of all time.
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