WATCH: Total solar eclipse crosses US from coast to coast
(Image: Peter Tang/Hawaii News Now)
On Monday, much of the country will get to experience a rare solar eclipse which will cross the United States from coast to coast, starting in Oregon just after 7 a.m. Hawaii time and ending in South Carolina.
Although Hawaii won’t get to see a total solar eclipse, many can still see a partial one starting around 6:20 a.m.
The last time an eclipse traveled across the country was in 1918.