“Everyone who was outside got to see it, and they enjoyed telling me all about it — and I was hurt by that,” said the 92-year-old man.
The path carves through largely rural areas, where cellphone service can be spotty at best.
Up to 1 million people are expected to visit the state to see it
Just 90 to 95 percent of the sun will be covered in central North Carolina.
Now that a total solar eclipse is just one month away, NASA has issued a warning to let people know unsafe eclipse glasses are being distrib…
A look at the path of the total solar eclipse on August 21.
Aspiring astronomers in the Raleigh area shouldn’t worry about missing out on the chance to see the event, which has been dubbed the Great A…
A man named Xavier Jubier has used Google to create an interactive map that allows you to search for your exact address.
In central North Carolina, the start of the eclipse will be around 1:18 p.m. with the end of the eclipse and full sun returning around 4:06 …
It has been almost 40 years since the last total solar eclipse could be seen in the United States.