The Great American Eclipse is coming! On August 21st, 2017, the Moon will pass between Earth and the Sun. This event happens every 18 months on average but has been called a once-in-a-lifetime experience for those who are in the right place at the right time.
The path of totality will be about 70 miles wide and stretch from Oregon to South Carolina. Are you going to miss it?
If so, don’t worry because we have some tips for how you can watch with your friends using a selfie stick! Bring a selfie stick to use for watching the eclipse.
Make sure everyone is wearing special glasses or welder’s goggles so they can watch safely. We hope you have fun at this once in a lifetime event! __ __, 2017) UTC time (in hours & minutes). The last total solar eclipse happened before American independence and almost 300 years ago.
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