This video shows how solar and lunar eclipses work. This video is great for visual learners like me that don't fully understand or understand the reason why an eclipse happens, and /or want to still learn more about it. They do this by explaining about space, the moon, the sun, and the rays of the sun. This video also shows other people's reactions and their thoughts to the older eclipse which I like hearing and seeing. So, if you are interested in this, I would definitely recommend this video.
This is a article telling you about the important safety tips when watching the eclipse, not only does it tell you about the importance of buying the glasses, it also shows a video on how to make your own glasses if you do not have one. I like this article the most because not only does it only show you one way to make the glasses, it shows you four to five more other ways to make the "glasses." If you don't have the glasses or just need to know why you need to wear them i would recommend this one.
This is CBS's website, it has series of pictures of Solar eclipses documented from ancient times. I personally love learning about how other eclipses were like long ago. This also teaches you how the other solar eclipse looks, and how they affected our history long ago. It is very educational and very useful information if you wanted to know about the past Solar eclipses, I would recommend this.
This is a website from Vox, it is a video and article on solar eclipse chasers and it explains to us that they don't just follow the shadow of the eclipse, there is more to that to them. I like this one in particular because it shows us that it's more than just a moon and the sun, it's something more beautiful and worthy of seeing. This video also tells and shows you the importance of seeing and experiencing the eclipse in your own eyes.