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Want to Watch the April Eclipse From a Texas State Park? Try Your Luck on November 7In 2017, Katie Raney packed up her car and drove some nine hundred miles from her home in Lockhart to Loup City, Nebraska, to see a total solar eclipse. Like thousands of Americans, she journeyed into the path of totality not knowing exactly what to expect. “I drove all the way out there by myself because I had never seen a total eclipse before,” she remembers. After watching the moon erase the midday sun from the August sky, there was no doubt in Raney’s mind that she’d made the right decision. “It was totally worth it,” she says.Now she’s eagerly anticipating the next total eclipse, which will shroud a swath of Texas in darkness on April 8, 2024. While many Texans were lucky enough to…

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