We pass along the link to the page on the National Centennial Commission’s which talks about the Total Eclipse on 1918. It would appear that these eclipses are only capable of catching the corners of Kansas. Like 1918, the 1878 total eclipse also caught the southwest corner of the state. The communities along I-70 seem forbidden to be in the area of totality. (And while we’d be delighted to see comments, those last three sentences were written with tongue-in-cheek. No scientific explanations are necessary.)
If you are out watching the eclipse next Monday, remember to be safe with your eyes! We want you to see the rest of the WWI Centennial!