On Monday, August 21, 2017, the Moon will pass in front of the Sun, casting its shadow across all of North America. The state that can see better the solar eclipse. Are Salem, Boise, and Omaha,
The highly anticipated total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 may be spectacular, but it won't last long. The solar eclipse lasts 2 minutes and 2 seconds to see it.The solar eclipse does not last long.
this is the path you see the solar eclipse. If you are not on the path you will not see it or partially. This video shows how the eclipse will look like.
The No. 1 safety item that every viewer needs to be carrying for the total solar eclipse are a pair of certified safety glasses. Because if you do not wear the safety glasses for the eclipse you can do a mowing. You can buy glasses for the eclipse in the internet or in insured places so that you see in solar eclipse.