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See How the Solar Eclipse Will Look in Chapel Hill or Anywhere in the U.S.


A solar eclipse will occur across a large swath of the United States on Monday, August 21. While Chapel Hill will not experience a total blackout as the moon passes in front of the sun, there will be approximately a 95% blockage at the peak of the eclipse. The total event will last from 1:15 pm to 4:05 pm in Chapel Hill with peak blackout at 2:42 pm. Enter your zip code to see how the eclipse will appear in the sky in your area. (Time.com)

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