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  1. Yes, absolutely. There's no reason not to [fly],” Paul Bryans, a project scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, tells TIME. A solar eclipse happens when the moon blocks the light from the sun. In terms of being on board an aircraft, this doesn’t make the sun any more of a threat than it is on regular days.
    time.com/6963495/is-it-safe-to-fly-solar-eclipse/
    Travelers flying on April 8 may have a chance to see the total solar eclipse from the sky. Delta Air Lines is running two special flights to chase the path of totality, but many carriers, including Southwest and United, are advertising the regularly scheduled itineraries they have with the best chance of seeing the daytime darkness.
    www.usatoday.com/story/travel/airline-news/2024/…
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