#1: A solar eclipse is when the moon passes between the sun and the Earth.
#2: The next solar eclipse will be October 14, 2023.
#3: Solar eclipses are years or longer apart. there's no defined amount of time between them.
#4: There are four types of solar eclipses, Total, Annular, Partial and Hybrid.
#5: The eclipse is not total in Indiana, it is partial.
#6: The dangers of looking at a solar eclipse without glasses are blindness, temporary or permanent. Most likely permanent.
#7: Safety measures to take while looking at a solar eclipse is to always wear your eclipse glasses at all times if viewing it in anything but total. Turn away from the sun when you put the glasses on and off.
#8: A music connection I can make is 'Can't Fight the Moonlight' by Leann Rimes.
#9: An extra connection I can make to the eclipse is simply reading an article about going blind last night because of the eclipse.
#10a: I chose this link because it gives you all the links and such that you need to know about the eclipse, and even some other events that go along with it.
#10b: This link shows some beautiful photographs of the solar eclipses and those viewing them.
#10c: This link explains what will happen if you don't wear sunglasses during an eclipse.
#10d: This link tells you when to take off your glasses, if you can.
#10e: I chose this link because it's a video of a ABC news reported saying, "May the shadow of the moon fall on a world at peace," and we are most definitely not at peace.
#10f: I chose this link because it's a live streaming of the Solar Eclipse.
#10g: I chose this link because I think it's hilarious that our own President looked at the sun and a bunch of eighth graders didn't.