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VIDEO FAQ: What you need to know about the Total Eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017

WDRB Meteorologist Marc Weinberg answers questions about this once-in-a-lifetime event.

Heavy traffic, congestion expected as travelers flood Kentucky for solar eclipse

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Traffic through Kentucky along Interstate 24 and Interstate 69, as well as the Pennyrile Parkway and the US 68/KY 80 Corridor is expected to be especially congested in the western half of the state before, during, and after the eclipse.

The 5 things you need to know to get the best view of the total solar eclipse Video included

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Scientists say a total eclipse of the sun is very rare, happening only once every 350 years.

Hopkinsville prepares for influx of 100,000 eclipse visitors Video included

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A historic solar eclipse will cross the United States in less than two months, and one small Kentucky town is the center of attention.

Watch the Great American Eclipse with WDRB & the U of L Planetarium

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Join us to watch the Great American Eclipse here in Louisville from the Kentucky State Fair. 

Hopkinsville on high alert for sex trafficking around next month's solar eclipse Video included

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The eyes of the world will be on Hopkinsville next month when a total solar eclipse brings tens of thousands of people to the small city. 

Kentucky businesses urged to prepare for influx of solar eclipse visitors

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The August 21st eclipse is expected to impact deliveries of food and fuel. 

Hopkinsville, Ky. opens third #Eclipseville viewing site after sell-out

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The additional location opening for paid reservations, and the cost of each spot. 

U.S. Postal Service releases solar eclipse stamp using thermochromic ink Video included

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It is the first postage stamp to use the ink, which changes when touched.

Touch new stamp and presto, total solar eclipse becomes moon

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The U.S. Postal Service is going all out for this summer's total solar eclipse, with a first-of-its kind stamp.

Kentucky town could be the best place to view the next total solar eclipse Video included

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A total solar eclipse has not been visible in the U.S. since 1979, but a town in Kentucky could be the best place in the world to catch a glimpse. 

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