We’ve talked about the solar eclipse that will soon be seen from West Virginia. West Virginia won’t see a total solar eclipse, but about 90 percent of the sun will be covered by the moon’s shadow in our state. Here are the best places to celebrate this astronomical event.

Events are subject to change, and more may be added as we draw closer to the eclipse date. Stay tuned here for updates.

If you can’t get enough astronomical appreciation in West Virginia, check out these six spots that are perfect for viewing a meteor shower.

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