Previously, we have discussed the State Parks in Oklahoma that one can visit for viewing 2024 Solar Eclipse. However, we are going to take a deeper look and examine the cities that will have 100% totality in Oklahoma as there are an equal number of cities and state parks that are in totality, 6.
Oklahoma is the 20th largest US State in terms of size and 29th state in terms of population. Oklahoma was once neat the equator of the world, back in the triassic period. These 6 cities have an average of 165.16 seconds per city, which is 2 minutes and 45.16 seconds per city.
|City In Oklahoma||Totality Time||Start of Totality||Maximum Time||End Time|
|Hugo||3 minutes, 20 seconds||1:44:54 pm||1:46:34 pm||1:48:14 pm|
|Idabel||4 minutes, 19 seconds||1:45:21 pm||1:47:30 pm||1:49:40 pm|
|Broken Bow||4 minutes, 18 seconds||1:45:42 pm||1:47:51 pm||1:50:00 pm|
|Antlers||1 minute, 56 seconds||1:45:45 pm||1:46:43 pm||1:47:41 pm|
|Talihina||1 minute, 14 seconds||1:47:46 pm||1:48:23 pm||1:49:00 pm|
|Poteau||1 minute, 24 seconds||1:48:47 pm||1:49:29 pm||1:50:11 pm|
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