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How are you spending your Eclipse Day, 2017?
Many are finding this day in America, August 21, 2017, one of the most exciting to be alive in this century as the moon and stars align for a total eclipse of the sun. Totality.
By Linda Waggener
Eclipse 2017 includes our area -- over 98% totality -- as calculated by ACHS students 98.473% darkness here in Columbia, KY starting at 1:29pmCT and lasting until 1:31pmCT -- putting us in near total darkness.
According to the website Space.com, a solar eclipse can happen only when the moon is positioned between the sun and planet Earth as its shadow falls upon the surface of Earth.
So how are you and your family spending the day? Traveling closer to western Kentucky? Home? School? Here are a few things we know from previous news:
Time will stop when the earth goes dark for wedding vows to be exchanged in Little Cake, KY.
From Miss Vicky's Pampered Angus Ranch -- from Eclipse eye damage??
Response came from Michael Potter who said, "don't worry about the cows during the Eclipse, Only people stare at the sun."
Eclipse news from the last one to happen here:
Last Eclipse showed up over the courthouse at night
Tony Harvey said Eclipse was best in many years.
This story was posted on 2017-08-21 06:59:13
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