Sunday, August 20, 2017

What Will The Solar Eclipse Look Like in Northern Ohio?

Total Solar Eclipses occur over any fixed position on the earth every 370 years or so. The last total solar eclipse viewed from contiguous United States was on Feb. 26, 1979  The last time a TOTAL solar eclipse crosses the United States coast to coast was in 1918.  Interestingly the moon's shadow will move across the U.S. at over 1000 mph!

Here are the details on when and how much of the solar eclipse will be visible over northern Ohio. All graphics courtesy AJ Colby