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Where to Watch the October 14 Solar Eclipse in TexasVictor Wembanyama is not the only thing that will be blocking out the sun in San Antonio this fall. That’s because the Alamo City is one of the best places to be for the eclipse. The other eclipse, that is. Texas is the only state in the U.S. that is smack-dab in the middle of the path of both the eagerly anticipated April 8, 2024, total solar eclipse and the annular solar eclipse on October 14 of this year. One San Antonio–based eclipse glasses manufacturer has somewhat awkwardly dubbed this convergence “the Texas 2’Clipse™.”While spring’s total eclipse will only be at 100 percent in parts of San Antonio, you can experience the full October show anywhere in the city, along with portions of the nearby Hill…

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