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2017 Annual Report Final

On Monday, August 21,

On Monday, August 21, 2017, Blount County, Tennessee experienced a near total solar eclipse. A beautiful day made for perfect viewing from the Blount County Justice Center. For 1 minute, 31 seconds, time stood still. We hope you got to experience this once in a lifetime experience too. Eclipse Facts for Tennessee The average width of the path of totality was 71.5 miles across Tennessee. The center line covered a distance of 188 miles across Tennessee. The average center line duration of totality is 2 minutes, 39 seconds across Tennessee. In Maryville, the partial eclipse began at 13:04:57, with the total eclipse beginning at 14:33:54 and lasting 1 minute, 31 seconds. Before 2017, the last two solar eclipses visible from Tennessee were on August 1, 1869 and October 4, 1717. The next two solar eclipses visible from Tennessee will be on October 17, 2153 and April 14, 2200. 2

The eclipse as seen from the Blount County Justice Center. 3

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