I’m taking the train to see the solar eclipse in Canada. Here’s why.

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OTTAWA, CANADA — I had the chance to fly across North America for the total solar eclipse on Monday (April 8). But instead, I’m staying local.

The upcoming solar eclipse will streak across a small band of the United States and touch parts of Canada and Mexico as well. I’d known for years that this celestial was coming, and with the privilege of my job here considered a range of incredible locations: Austin, Texas, with its world-class art scene. Dayton, Ohio, with its unique National Museum of the Air Force. Even Niagara Falls, where NASA — and about a million people — will be congregating for the sights.

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