SEASCAPE, S.C. — It’s the first time the sun will be visible from this particular spot since the early 1970s.
But for those looking to catch the eclipse, it’s an experience that’s not easy.
The eclipse will begin in South America on Friday, and by the time it ends in the United States, it will be less than two weeks away.
For some, the path through the continental United States will be the most difficult.
The path through South America will be very challenging for the public, according to an eclipse guide released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
You need to be comfortable in the sun’s glare.
You need to have good vision in the dark.
You’ll need to look for the sun and the moon.
It’s the sun, the moon, the stars, it doesn’t matter.
It’s also not an easy route to South America’s coastal cities.
As much as I would love to be there, I can’t, according a guide from the National Park Service.
A guide for the National Geographic Society says the path to the South American continent is the most challenging of any route in the world, and will take at least six months.
It can take up to a month to get to South American towns and cities, according the guide.
And the path will take a lot of time.
The National Weather Service in South Texas said it’s expected to take more than three months to travel the path of totality from the Gulf of Mexico to South Carolina.
“It’s going to be a long night, it is going to take a long time, but it’s a beautiful eclipse,” said Kevin Loomis, an eclipse researcher from Texas A&M University.
“It’s really going to give you a sense of what life was like back in the day.”
You’re going to have to wear a lot, which means a lot.
And you’re going with the wind, which is going not to be so great.
You’re not going to get anywhere, though, until you are a little bit further south.
South Carolina will be a short eclipse, lasting for about seven minutes.
It will start at 7 p.m.
ET and end at 6 a.m., when the sun is at its highest point.
It’ll be the first solar eclipse to pass through the U.S. since 1979.
There will be plenty of eclipse viewing opportunities across the United Sates, with plenty of restaurants, bars and other businesses that offer eclipse-watching opportunities.
The National Park service has also released a guide to South Florida.
The guide has several locations for people to get their photos taken.
Here are some of the locations: