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And NO Astronomy degree required! Simply give it your location, and it’ll tell you whether you’re in the path of totality or not, and also when the eclipse happens … Read More »



Can’t I just watch the eclipse on TV?

You sure can – the same way you can watch a wonderful meal being eaten on TV, a live shot of a huge pile of hundred-dollar bills on TV, or a guy having a great date with a wonderful woman – on TV. It’s not the same as being … Read More »



How do I look at the Sun without going blind?

This is a biggie. You CANNOT look at the Sun while ANY PART of its bright disk is still visible. The moon does cover quite a bit of it during the partial phases leading up to totality, but you HAVE to use special solar viewing glasses (also called “eclipse … Read More »



Aren’t eclipses pretty common?

Well, if you’re speaking of total solar eclipses, one happens about every year or every other year, somewhere on Earth.

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However, you have to be situated in a … Read More »



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