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Members of the Special Forces parachute team jumped from 12,000 feet about Orangeburg County during the solar eclipse totality. The jumps were…

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Monday’s solar eclipse promises to be one of the biggest events in years for Orangeburg County, which is a prime location in South Carolina to…

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North-Carolina Weekly Gazette - June 26, 1778: The total eclipse of June 24, 1778, was the first of its kind for the newly independent, but st…

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How does a city of roughly 60,000 prepare for an invasion of (maybe) 35,000 eclipse enthusiasts? With lots of calls, and meetings, and more calls, and patience. To get an idea of the logistics and planning that go into preparing for the celestial celebration, the Star-Tribune spoke recently with Anna Wilcox. The executive director of the eclipse festival, Wilcox was hired last year to ready the city and to ensure nobody would be in the dark before they were really in the dark.

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Whether you love astronomy or just want to get together with family and friends to watch this year’s solar eclipse, Aug. 21 is a great time for a party.

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Edisto High School science teacher Joni Jordan said she didn’t realize the significance of the upcoming total solar eclipse at first. Now she …

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