The Solar Eclipse of 2017. A rare occurrence where the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, and the Moon fully or partially blocks the Sun. This will make it appear to be dark outside when it is day time.
The Solar Eclipse of 2017
On August 21, 2017 the United States will see the solar eclipse.
|City, State||Eclipse Begins||Totality Begins||Totality Ends||Eclipse Ends||Time Zone|
|Nashville, TN||11:58 a.m.||01:27 p.m.||01:29 p.m.||02:54 p.m.||CDT|
Check out the other times and locations you can see this Solar Eclipse. When the solar eclipse arrives, it should last about three hours. It was said that when Jesus died on the Cross, that the Earth experienced its first solar eclipse. It lasted about three hours as well. See Mark 15:33, Matthew 27:45, Luke 23:4. In those three accounts, they say from the sixth hour (noon) until the ninth hour (3:00 pm).
In the state of Tennessee it appears to be seen best within the Middle Tennessee. See the map below. Here is an estimate of counties they believe in the State of Tennessee you can see the Solar Eclipse.
For the most part, this will be to the West of where I live, Jefferson City. Jefferson City is East of Knoxville.
Click the Tennessee map to view your states map! Maps from Zavier Jubier of eclipse2017.org
States in the pathA
This Solar Eclipse will go from Oregon to South Carolina. It is said this eclipse will be 70 miles wide. It will pass through these states.
- North Carolina
- South Carolina.
What is a solar eclipse:
According to WikiPedia. A solar eclipse is a type of eclipse that occurs when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, and the Moon fully or partially blocks the Sun. This will make it appear to be dark outside when it is day time.
When was the last solar eclipse when is the next solar eclipse:
It has been said the last time was February 26, 1979. But, I have looked there has been other solar eclipses, but not ones that were total solar eclipses that went all the way across the United States of America.
Dangers & Cautions
It is very dangerous to look into the sun, but it is even more dangerous to look directly at the solar eclipse. It is advertised to wear special solar eclipse glasses.
I am sure the path is just an educated guess.