The solar eclipse in the U.S. is less than a week away and Greenville, South Carolina, will be directly in its path. In the middle of the day, the moon will pass in front of the sun, blocking its light for approximately 2 minutes.
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There’s been quite a buzz about it over the last few months. It’s all over the news, in the papers, and online.
It’ll begin to get dark in early afternoon as the moon begins to cross between the sun and the earth.