Sutton Chamber explores upcoming eclipse

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Science geeks all around are preparing for the Aug. 21 eclipse, which hasn’t occurred for four decades—one of those persons being Dan Glomski, with the Edgerton Explorit Center in Aurora, who served as the guest speaker at the Sutton Chamber of Commerce.

Glomski, who was one of thousands to witness the last eclipse in the 1970s, said this year’s eclipse will move right across Nebraska, stretching from the northwest near Alliance, and leaving the state near Beatrice. In Clay County, Sutton is almost directly aligned with a total eclipse and will witness a little over two minutes, weather permitting.

Glomski explained that there are two different eclipses, and depending on where a person is situated, is the kind they’ll view.

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