All over Connecticut, people can’t stop talking about the Great American Eclipse. We’ll experience an approximately 68% eclipse beginning at around 1:25 PM. It will reach maximum effect around 2:45 PM and end around 4:00 PM.
Now that you know the basics, it’s time to decide where to view this spectacular natural phenomenon. Fortunately, there are plenty of awesome gatherings to choose from.
Will you view the eclipse from one of these gatherings, or will you find a cool spot of your own? Remember to submit your best eclipse photos to our Facebook and Instagram for a chance to have your work featured!
Would you prefer to watch the eclipse on your own in nature? Hike to Mount Tom Tower for an unbelievable view.
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