Aug. 7 — But solar panels in the eclipse’s so-called path of totality — where the sun will be totally eclipsed by the moon — will be impacted the most, with direct sunlight disappearing for three minutes. The path of the total eclipse stretches from coast to coast, and will start in Oregon and move east to South Carolina, according to the Energy Department.
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