In 2 years -- 2017 August 21 -- there will be the first total solar eclipse to make landfall on the continental United States since 1979. I plan on getting a Model X earlier that year, and was pondering the possibility of photographing the event from a Supercharger. (I may also look for a really good natural setting, but considering the likely turnout at the most photogenic places, I'm considering other plans.) From the current map, the following locations are in the path of totality, in case anyone else wants to try this: Detroit Lake, OR Baker City, OR Lusk, WY Columbia, MO (KC and STL are on the edge of the path) Nashville, TN (Chattanooga and Knoxville are just outside the path) Santee, SC As more Superchargers come on line, you can see where they lie relative to the path of totality at http://www.greatamericaneclipse.com/ It's happens on a Monday, but... really? You're going to choose working over this? The last one was nearly 40 years ago. The next one will be in April 2024. I will be in the moon's shadow. I hope you will, too.