After the states of Oregon, Idaho, and the
part of Montana, the next state in the path of totality is Wyoming.
This is a location that offers the most vivid scenery for the celestial spectacle. Although Yellowstone National Park will unfortunately be bypassed by the sight of this total solar eclipse, Wyoming will be lucky enough to welcome the eclipse in Grand Teton National Park. With its breathtaking mountain scenery and its usual popularity as a tourist destination, Teton Park will be a true magnet for Solar eclipse lovers.
The state of Wyoming will welcome the Moon’s shadow at 11:36 AM, MDT. Crossing the Teton Mountain, the Umbra will begin its path across Wyoming, and it will travel in the average width of 67.1 miles. The duration of this charming scene will increase from around 2 minutes and 20 seconds to 20 minutes and 30 seconds while traveling from western to eastern parts of the state.
The Moon’s shadow will say goodbye to
Wyoming at 11:48 AM, MDT, after 12 minutes and 39 seconds of travel across
the 365 mile long path in the state. The next state that will say hello to
Solar Eclipse is Nebraska.