The Rare Natural Phenomenon In Washington That Will Go Down In History

This summer’s major event in the United States is a pretty substantial one: A total solar eclipse that will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It’s the first of its kind in almost a century (there have been other partial eclipses, but the last total eclipse has’t happened since June 8th, 1918), and it’s being called the Great American Eclipse since it can only be seen in its entirety from the USA.

While Washington isn’t on the path of totality, we will be able to see an impressive 92% eclipse here. Here’s everything you need to know about the natural phenomenon everyone’s talking about:

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Whether you make the journey or decide to watch the eclipse from right here in Washington, this is a pretty amazing occurrence you should see. Check out the official website for more information.