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Eager for the eclipse? Tell us how you’re planning to see it

Trace the route of the August 2017 solar eclipse

New NASA visualizations that take into account the topography of both the moon and the Earth have created a more accurate eclipse map for the solar eclipse that will pass over Idaho in August.
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New NASA visualizations that take into account the topography of both the moon and the Earth have created a more accurate eclipse map for the solar eclipse that will pass over Idaho in August.

Do you know where you’ll be when the eclipse darkens parts of Idaho north of Boise on Aug. 21? Or are you just planning to avoid the crowds, which could number in the hundreds of thousands? If you’re going, tell us where and how. What’s your plan for dealing with the crowds? Planning a weekend, or just a day trip? What questions can we help you answer? Email Statesman reporter Bill Roberts at broberts@idahostatesman.com.

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