Countdown to the Total Solar Eclipse
August 21, 2017 at 2:47 PM –
On Aug. 21, the Moon will completely block the sun, and best of all, this can be witnessed in the United States, from sea to shining sea. We have not had a total solar eclipse in the mainland U.S. since 1979.
There is a catch: you have to be at the right place at the right time to see it. To experience totality (when the sun is totally blocked by the moon), you will have to be on a narrow path about 75 miles wide between Oregon and South Carolina. The good news for South Carolinians is that this path goes right through the heart of the state. Along the coast, anywhere from Folly Beach to Litchfield by the Sea, will be able to view the biggest, baddest, sexiest astrological event of the year.
See image below to view the path of the eclipse through the State of South Carolina.
COUNTDOWN TO THE TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE