I think the information I got from this is great info if you want to see the solar eclipse safely and comfortable. The two different ways that are explained in this video/article are that you can use two pieces of paper or buy special NASA-Approved glasses at your nearest supermarket.
I chose this article because it explains almost everything on how to watch and see the eclipse in the path of when would it occur. This article also explains other questions frequently asked by others answered by one person who has facts by his/her side (they are trying to answer some of the questions asked).
I like this proof i got because it shows where the path of the solar eclipse will occur and where to watch it safely. It also explains how a solar eclipse was seen in 1917, and the one were seeing is a coast to coast like a solar eclipse that happend in 1918.
I like this picture because it shows a live photo of a passing eclipse. Each solar eclipse that passes by always sometimes has this shape. The only ones that don't look like this are called partial eclipses.