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About How Many People are Going to the Eclipse?

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Due to all of the excitement of the Total Eclipse tomorrow, seemingly everyone has packed their bags and went to a place with an even better view of this natural phenomenon. After all, it has been a solid 99 years since the last solar eclipse came across the United States. As Business Insider puts it after their interview with Michael Zeiler, a world renowned Cartographer, “Up to 7.4 million people may journey to the 70-mile-wide, 2,800-mile-long track where the moon will block the sun and reveal the star’s wispy¬†corona.”

 

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Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/solar-eclipse-car-traffic-travel-delay-maps-2017-8/#zeilers-drivesheds-maps-show-the-routes-that-drivers-are-most-likely-to-take-1

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