Science: Eclipse Schedule

On the morning of June 30, early risers in most of the U.S. and Canada, weather permitting, may see at least a partial solar eclipse. The path of totality (i.e., the ground covered by the tip of the moon's pointed shadow) will start in northeastern Nebraska, where the sun will be blotted out by the moon just as it rises. A little later, at 5:08 a.m., C.S.T., the shadow will sweep at 3,000 m.p.h. over Minneapolis, where totality will last 1 min. 10 sec. Then it will cross Lake Superior and head for Labrador, just grazing the southern end of Hudson...

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