This link brings you to an article about how animals react during a solar eclipse. It is interesting to know that since farm animals are use to going to bed when it's dark, they do so when the eclipse happens.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox created a poem about the solar eclipse. This is connected to a solar eclipse because the poem describes it in a very meaningful way.
The song "Pocket full of sunshine" by Natasha Bedingfield reminds me of a solar eclipse because it mentions the word "sunshine" Obviously a solar eclipse has to do with the sun.
One of the most important safety measures to take when viewing the eclipse is to wear "eclipse glasses." These will prevent your eyes from going blind.
Looking at an eclipse with a naked eye can cause you to go blind. It is important to wear special glasses at all times when viewing it.
Indiana will have a total eclipse on April 8, 2024. It will span across Mexico, United states, and Canada.
There are four different types of eclipses. The names of these eclipses are: Partial eclipse, Annular eclipse, Total Eclipse and Hybrid Eclipse.
Solar eclipses don't occur very often. Most calendar years have 2 solar eclipses. The maximum number of solar eclipses that can take place in the same year is 5, but this is rare.
The next total solar eclipse in the US after Monday will be in 2024. It will be on April 8.
A solar eclipse happens when the moon is orbiting Earth and it moves in between the sun and Earth. The moon blocks out the light of the sun from reaching Earth, as a result, it casts a shadow onto Earth.