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Even though the track of a total solar eclipse will stretch from America’s West Coast to the East Coast on Aug. 21, not everyone will get to see the spectacle in the skies above. Fortunately, there’ll be alternate ways to watch.
For those who are inside a roughly 70-mile-wide path, seeing totality is as easy as looking up. (But remember to keep your eclipse glasses on for the partial phase).
For others, the logistical difficulties might be too great. Many campsites are selling out, the roads are expected to be packed, clouds are sure to block the view in some places, and others simply may not have the day off work that Monday.
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