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The Alaska flight mentioned in the article was a special invitation-only event. The only way for a member of the public to get a seat on it was to win a contest on the airline's social media. There are a number of eclipse-chasing clubs around the world, and from time to time they may organize a charter flight to catch an eclipse from the air. Joining one of ...


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The only airline with regular scheduled flights to the Faroe Islands is Atlantic Airways, the flag carrier. There are daily flights to/from Copenhagen and less frequently to/from Keflavik, Bergen and Billund. However, they are probably already fully booked for the days near the eclipse ... Your best bet may be to find a dedicated eclipse tour with a ...


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To provide a simple answer and some native insight. I live in a town in South Carolina that is dead center on the line of the Eclipse. We're expected to have double the population in our town (near Greenville, SC). 200,000 increased to an estimated 400,000. We have been advised numerous times to stay off the roads. Coincidentally, it is also move in weekend ...


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Michael Zeiler of GreatAmericanEclipse.com has put together a page with several maps showing estimates for how many people will be visiting various locations along the path of totality. Traffic, along with weather, will be the chief challenges for people wanting to see the total solar eclipse. I analyze how the US population is distributed with respect to ...


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The gorgeous State of Oregon has no law that prohibits free (or wild) camping. To the contrary, it encourages it, and the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) gives the details. The designated-dispersed option addresses your specific question: they're first-come, first-serve. Do visit the web site, as its interactive map identifies those, along with the fee ...


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