What will the once-in-a-generation total solar eclipse on April 8 look like?

The moon’s shadow will cast a path of daytime darkness as it traverses the country on a narrow path from Texas to Maine during April 8’s solar eclipse.

Those located inside the 115-mile-wide corridor known as the “path of totality” will experience a total eclipse, says Northeastern professor Jonathan Blazek.

If it’s not cloudy, stars will appear in the sky. Light will come from the west, like dawn in reverse.

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