Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Great American Solar eclipse will occur on August 21, 2017, and the eclipse be the first eclipse of events that can be seen in the US since 1979, and the first eclipse will cross the 10 states in the last 100 years. Then chances are it will be one of the astronomical event the most watched in history. The United States last experienced a natural phenomenon that occurred in 1918. That means the United States it took nearly 100 years that the Great Total Solar Eclipse could be just above its territory.

Great Total Solar Eclipse that will move diagonally in the middle toward the East Coast of America.
The states of the United States who will experience the dark moment of the occurrence of the Great Total Solar Eclipse, including Oregon to Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. While the city will pedestrianized total darkness covers Casper, Wyoming, Idaho Falls, Columbia, Nebraska, Lincoln, Nashville, Tennessee, Charleston, Columbia, and South Carolina.

The longest total solar eclipse period will be 2 minutes 40.2 seconds. To see the longest eclipse, you must be in the area a little south of Carbondale, Illinois, at Giant City State Park.

2017 American Solar Eclipse

Our Tips to View American Great Solar Eclipse 2017
If you intend to witness the total solar eclipse, you should plan to bring their own vehicle, or to rent. At a minimum you can easily move from one place to another. Although the weather was bright-bright, eclipse observation can be interrupted only by a thin layer of clouds passing.

Select a location that is high enough and quiet, like on a hill or cross-country roads. Make sure you will be easy to move the day before, if the weather looks worse. Total solar eclipses are rare events, and a lot of astronomy lovers who are willing to do a variety of ways to see it directly.

If you are adventurous and love the outdoors, America has many great places for camping and August is the perfect time, because the weather tends to be good. Bring a tent in a car or van to facilitate the move several miles if the weather appears to deteriorate. Even if you stay in a hotel, do not decide to stay in one place if the weather forecast is not good. Prepare alternative accommodation.

If all the preparations have been planned, it is time to set goals. This is the 10 most ideal places to watch the total solar eclipse in 2017 in the United States.

10 Best Place to View American Great Solar Eclipse 2017

1. Columbia, South Carolina. Solar eclipse will reach South Carolina (SC) at 3:36 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), and ends on the east coast of the state at 3:49 pm EDT. Those in the SC will enjoy the totality duration of approximately two and a half minutes

2. Great Smoky Mountains. Stretched between North Carolina and Tennessee, the Great Smoky Mountains are beautiful a great place to watch the eclipse, particularly in the high areas such as Clingmans Dome.

3. Nashville, Tennessee. In this beautiful city you can see the total solar eclipse freely, but make sure the weather was cloudy and stay away from the crowds. Some ideal places including Hendersonville, Gallatin, and Coopertown, where the eclipse lasted longer, about 2 minutes.

4. Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Apart from the famous legend of ghosts goblins in Hopkinsville, this small town is known as the best city to watch the eclipse, with totality lasting 2 minutes 41 seconds.

5. Southern Illinois. The eclipse started to go flying over Illinois from the west at 13:17 CDT and out at 1:25 p.m CDT. The weather here is probably slightly better than in the eastern regions listed above.

6. St. Joseph, Missouri. Those in this small town will be able to enjoy the totality of the solar eclipse for 2 minutes 39 seconds. You can also see the eclipse from a neighboring town, Kansas City.

7. Nebraska Sandhills. For those in western Missouri, chances will be good weather, and most of Nebraska has a 70% possibility of sunny weather. The total solar eclipse started at 1:46 pm MDT until 2:09 pm MDT.

8. Casper, Wyoming. The town is located near the center line of the eclipse is likely to be a popular place to view the eclipse. Astronomy lovers and photographers can go to Grand Teton National Park in the west end of the state. Eclipse entering the western part of Wyoming at 1:34 pm MDT and out in the eastern part of Wyoming at 1:49 pm MDT.

9. Snake River Valley, Idaho. Idaho and Oregon would be a good place to meyaksikan eclipse. Rexburg in northern Idaho Falls offers a good street to give you mobility. In the western states, Highway 95 between Weiser and Marin Creek Reservoir be a great place with a view of the vast sky.

10. Madras, Oregon. The small town of Madras is located at the intersection of four major roads, so you can move freely to pursue eclipse. Additionally, Madras is located near the beautiful stratovolcano, Mount Jefferson, so you can enjoy the eclipse with an impressive view of the mountain peaks.


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