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One of the major cities visited by the eclipse is Nashville, Tennessee. Folks in Nashville will be singing about this eclipse for years to come as it is the largest city wholly within the path of totality.
Clarksville experiences 2 minutes and 19 seconds of totality. Gallatin gets 2 minutes and 40 seconds of darkness. While Nashville is not far from the southern limit of the path, it still receives a respectable 1 minute and 57 seconds. Lebanon gets 2 minutes and 37 seconds and Cookeville receives 2 minutes and 32 seconds.Oak Ridge and Knoxville are just outside the path of totality and people there would be urged to drive about 40 or 50 miles south or west. Madisonville is on deck for 2 minutes and 37 seconds.
The total solar eclipse first enters the state at 2:25 p.m. CDT and leaves the state at 3:36 p.m. EDT (there is a time zone change within Tennessee). Within the state, the Moon's shadow rushes at about 1,800 miles per hour!
On August 21, 2017, nature's grandest spectacle -- a total eclipse of the sun -- will slide over the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. This is your guide to understand, plan for, and view this amazing sight!
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