By CJ Lotz

On August 21, the sun, moon, and earth will line up for a solar eclipse. The path of totality—where the moon will completely cover the sun—will fall across a swath of the South. Here’s exactly where and when to throw down a blanket and take it all in.


1:22–1:30 p.m.

The Bluegrass State will experience its longest eclipse duration in Hopkinsville, but most of the western part of the state offers prime viewing. Head to Paducah for two minutes and nineteen seconds of total darkness along the new landing area that overlooks the joining of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers.

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