Make sure to have a special lens to protect your smartphone camera from being damaged by the solar eclipse.
Important things to know about what to do with your pets during the eclipse, Aug. 21, 2017, include keeping your animals inside otherwise your dogs/cats can experience "eclipse blindness"
The song "Talking to the Moon" by Bruno Mars reminds me of the eclipse because we are all staring at the moon when looking at the eclipse.
The sunset reminded me of the eclipse because everyone enjoys watching the beautiful sun go down, just like everybody wants to watch the eclipse.
The song Soak Up the Sun by Sheryl Crow reminds me of the eclipse because it uses the word sun often and talks about and how she will lay back and just watch.
To view the solar eclipse coming on August 21, 2017, you will need special eye wear to protect your eyes from getting damaged. These are called eclipse glasses specifically made to protect your eyes during this event.
If you decide to look up at the sky during a solar eclipse without the eclipse glasses, you increase your chance of having your eyes damaged or even worse, blind.
Indiana will not have a total eclipse, but will have several cities that can see an almost total one.
We see a total solar eclipse when the moon passes between the sun and the Earth. It looks as if the moon is covering the whole sun, which is what we see in the sky.
Total solar eclipses happen about every 18 months. Somewhere on Earths surface is it visible every time it occurs.
After the August 21, 2017 solar eclipse, the next full solar eclipse will be visible in North America and occur April 8th, 2024.
An eclipse is when the moon passes through the sun and Earths' orbit, so the moon prevents the suns light from hitting Earth. In other words, the moon is casting a shadow onto Earth.