10.Astrophysicist Spiro Antiochos from the Naval Research Lab describes how eclipses are valuable for research.
9.Just like humans, animals are known to take interest in the phenomenon of the solar eclipse and some species act very strangely.
8.The planet song.
7.You have to have the correct glasses to watch a solar eclipse so that you don't mess up your eyes
6.If you look at a solar eclipse without saftey glasses then you can hurt your eyes.
5.In 2024 there will be a total solar eclipse in Indiana.
4.There are three different types of solar eclipse there is the partial eclipse, the annular eclipse, and the total eclipse.
3.There are between 2 and 5 solar eclipses every year, each one visible only in a limited area.
2.In the United States, the next total solar eclipse will happen on October 14,2023 - the first time since 1979.
1.Solar eclipses happen when the Moon moves between Sun and Earth, blocking the Sun's rays and casting a shadow on Earth. Check out our animations and map of the annular and total solar eclipse in 2017.