In this video Bill Nye is explaining everything to know about the solar eclipse in a brief summary. This includes facts from our history, and talks about Galileo, Copernicus, and Newton. This video also includes which states will get to see the solar eclipse, and how to see it correctly.
This tweet from Tamara Chaung, a writer for The Denver Post, shows us how to tell a fake pair from a real pair of solar eclipse glasses. Which is important to know, because these glasses won't protect your eyes. That means ten to twenty years down the road your eyes could be permanently damaged.
This website shows multiple videos on solar eclipse safety and the hazards of looking at them with a naked eye. Also how to create your own pinhole projector if you can't buy the correct safety glasses. This website even has a video showing how to take a picture properly without burning the lenses.
This link has maps and dates where older solar eclipses were formed. This is important to us, because these maps can help us determine when the next solar eclipses will be, and where they will be in the future. This website even shows old newspapers from the nineteen hundreds. the newspaper shows what NASA and other space programs were just learning about solar eclipses back then.