At Dawn On June 10, 2021, A Partial Solar Eclipse Will Rise In The West Virginia Sky

On June 10, 2021 at dawn, something amazing is going to happen along the West Virginia horizon: a partially eclipsed sunrise. It’s an opportunity you don’t want to miss, as the unique timing makes it one you’ll not have again soon.

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Here’s hoping for clear skies on the morning of June 10, 2021! To check your location on a path map of the 2021 partial eclipse, head over to Time and Date’s website here. If you want to catch the sunrise that morning, please use extreme caution when viewing the eclipse. When the sun is along the horizon, it is less bright than usual, but it can still damage your eyes if looked at directly or for too long a time. Need some ideas about where to go to see the sunrise? Here’s an excellent option.

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