In case you were unaware, a big solar eclipse is happening on Monday, April 8th of this year. This is a big deal and something that won't happen again for another 20 years or so

It seems these types of things bring out thousands of Montanans, and the upcoming eclipse is no different. Thousands of Montana residents will gather outside and look up to the heavens to witness one of those scientific marvels that interest folks from all walks of life.

So what can people in Bozeman expect?

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According to NASA, Bozeman and Montana won't have the best view of the eclipse as it's predicted that we will only get about 20 percent. However, there are a few states that are in for quite the show.

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The states of Texas, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and a few of the Northeastern states will have the best view. Many Americans are planning on traveling to these states just so they can be a part of the full eclipse.

If you've spent time on social media in the last few weeks, you might have seen some conspiracy theories surrounding the eclipse. From everything from earthquakes to massive blackouts, it seems that there are a few different gloomy outcomes that people are talking about.

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Credit: Canva

Will you take the time to watch the eclipse, and if so, where do you think the best places are in Bozeman to watch? While several people will watch from work, school, or home, is there a certain spot that is better than others? Care to share your spot?

If so, send us a message on our radio station app and let us know.


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