Here’s how much of the eclipse you can expect to see in Washington state

While the path of totality is only 115 miles wide, people will be able to see a partial eclipse for thousands of miles in either direction.

WASHINGTON, USA — Although Washington state is not in the path of totality of the upcoming solar eclipse April 8, the moon will still cover a portion of the sun from our perspective. How much depends on where you live. 

A solar eclipse happens when the moon passes between the sun and the earth, blocking some or all of the light cast on the earth’s surface for a brief period of time.

The center of the shadow that

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