Total Solar Eclipse - August 2017
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Posted by lord thrifty the cromulent

I actually wish I'd used my paid time off for the eclipse rather than the convention.  Could have found a spot in Kentucky just about 150 miles away to get into the totality zone.

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Posted by ladyimm

Go to Carbondale, IL or Paducah, KY in 2004... you WILL want to have totality... :)

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Posted by lord thrifty the cromulent ladyimm

ladyimm wrote:
Go to Carbondale, IL or Paducah, KY in 2004... you WILL want to have totality... :)

I can't.  My time machine broke.

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Posted by ladyimm

Oops, sorry, typo city - how about 2024? :)

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Posted by matthias9

Well, Carbondale and Paducah will be hit again.  But, in 2024, the eclipse follows a different path, of course.  You don't have to go to these smaller towns.  In fact, there will be totality in Indianapolis.  Too bad it is in April and not August that year.  Cleveland, Dallas, Austin, Buffalo, and more will be options that year, too.

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Posted by ladyimm

I'll stay in this small town :)

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Posted by lord thrifty the cromulent

Why couldn't the 2017 one be in Indianapolis?  Boo hoo.  I'll have moved away from here by 2024.  I'm thinking I'll probably go somewhere in upstate New York.

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Posted by matthias9

Well, you might be good, then.   2024 path of totality goes through northern half of New York state, including Syracuse, Rochester & Buffalo. 

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