Who Can See It
If you live in eastern Carolina, set the alarm clock, grab a jacket and head outside just before sunrise (630am). The partial eclipse will last until after 7am and the forecast couldn't look any better. In fact, combine the forecast with our geographical location and we have one of the best viewing spots in America!
The graphic below will help detail the partial solar eclipse on Sunday morning. Please keep in mind that since it's a solar eclipse you shouldn't stare directly at it. With a quick search on the internet I was able to find "Eclipse Glasses" for only $9.99. Please protect your eyes from any avoidable damage.
*Reader Beware: Talk of any eclipse may invite a Bonnie Tyler song to get cemented in ones head*
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