Business Journals roundup: How we’ll be watching the eclipse

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Houston News & Search

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As Monday’s total eclipse approaches, millions of Americans are preparing to watch the first astronomical event of its kind in the U.S. since 1918. Some people have booked mini vacations to ensure they’ll catch the full scope of the solar eclipse. Prime viewing spots stretch from Oregon to South Carolina. Outside that band, the rest of America will only see a partial eclipse. In Houston, the moon will block about 66 percent of the sun at the peak of the eclipse, which will be around 1:16 p.m.…


1 Houston

Houston News & Search

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