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Stargazing in Maryland in 2024: A solar eclipse will blot out 88% of the sun in April

January 2, 2024

The big astronomical event in 2024 is a Great North American Eclipse in April. In Maryland, the moon won’t cover the sun during the eclipse, but it will come close. Read on for viewing tips, as well as other skywatching highlights and key astronomical dates for the next 12 months. For most events, the best viewing will be from rural areas with less lighting, and during clear weather. But some can be seen despite city lights.


Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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