I watched the solar eclipse on my parents' farm in Wisconsin and got a front row seat to wacky animal behaviour during the celestial event of the century. At the eclipse's peak, when the moon was covering about 83 percent of the sun, chipmunks popped their heads out of their burrows, and a pheasant started squawking incessantly. (My dog also briefly ran away, but I think that was mostly due to a scary garbage truck.)
After Monday's solar eclipse, many watchers were worried that viewing the event had hurt their eyes or caused other symptoms.A total solar eclipse wowed viewers across the United States on Monday but for many, this amazement was followed by worry about whether the eclipse had damaged their eyes or caused other symptoms.
I'm happy to share this amazing experience, the Great American Eclipse 2017 with you. Video or pictures can't do justice to the sensation of being there.
Here's everything you need to know about the first coast to coast total solar eclipse in almost 100 years. The last time anyone in mainland US saw a total eclipse of the Sun was on February 26, 1979. If you live in the US and miss this event, you'll have to wait 7 more years, until April 8, 2024, to see a total solar eclipse from a location in the contiguous United States.
We all know for a fact that a Solar Eclipse is a rare phenomenon in our world. Though this phenomenon has already been happening since the birth of man, but it still continues to interest people around the world. You can not look at the Eclipse with a naked eye or you could damage your eye
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