Total Solar Eclipse
On August 21, the moon will completely cover the sun for 2.5 minutes. If you're planning on watching the total solar eclipse, you'll want to bring a couple of things with you.
This contraption won’t allow you to look directly at the eclipse; however, it will let you experience the moon blocking out the sun indirectly!
Even if you're not in the path of totality, you can still get a really great view of North America's first total solar eclipse in nearly 40 years.
Looking to snap some stellar photos of the solar eclipse? Here’s everything you need to know!
If you're planning on viewing the 2017 total solar eclipse, go right ahead, but take these precautions first so that you can still see afterward.
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