There's literally only one rule with eclipses: Don't look at the sun during them.
There are many myths and rumors about the solar eclipse and here are a few.
On August 21, 2017, a 121-mile wide shadow will sweep across North America as millions of people revel in a total solar eclipse — the first one to run from sea to shining sea since 1918.
According to this article the waves will generally stay the same height.
A semi large amount of songs have mentioned and or involve the eclipse are listed through out this page
When viewing the solar eclipse it is best that you wear eclipse glasses at all times in order not to damage your eyes. Make sure that when you use eclipse glasses that they are not damaged in anyway and are compliant with the ISO 12312-2 international safety standard for such products.
Looking at the eclipse when it is a total eclipse can not damage your eyes but other than a total solar eclipse it can damage your eyes to the point where you're now blind. So wear eclipse glasses now matter what just to be safe than sorry.
There will not be a total solar eclipse in Indiana but most areas in Indiana will have above a 80% eclipse
There are four different types of solar eclipse, namely Partial eclipse, Annular eclipse, Total Eclipse and Hybrid Eclipse.
There are between 2 and 5 solar eclipses every year, each one visible only in a limited area.
The next total eclipse will be on April 8th, 2024 coming from the northeast.
An eclipse takes place when Earth or the moon passes through a shadow of another planetary body.