Indiana University Experts Available to Comment on Upcoming 2017 Solar Eclipse

Indiana University Experts Available to Comment on Upcoming 2017 Solar Eclipse”

Scientists can then use that data to see how our solar-powered planet is affected by the total solar eclipse. Obviously it will get dark; technically we're going to be in the moon's shadow.

The Democrat went to area retailers in search of glasses for the August 21 event and found that stores do have supplies of the glasses, some priced at $1, but as with most eclipse-related merchandise the glasses are selling quickly.

Northeast Kansas is one of the prime locations for viewing the Total Solar Eclipse.

Rowe Ridge Vineyard & Winery Viewing Party - View the Solar Eclipse with a glass of wine, sangria or wine slush on the deck of Rowe Ridge Vineyard & Winery.

Rain is predicted both the day before and proceeding August 21. So cool for an office, or a space-inspired nursery or play room.

Midday on Monday, Aug. 21, Fort Collins will dip into a dusky shadow as the moon passes directly between the earth and the sun for a rare, majority solar eclipse. However, it's important to know that you will only experience totality if you're in the path.

Image: The total eclipse will be visible from 14 states. Mission Valley Eye Center/ Ronan Eye Clinic has generously sponsored the purchase of more than 200 pairs of solar eclipse glasses that we will have available that day for safe viewing. If you plan to stay in Alabama, you'll see a partial eclipse, with a little more than 90% of the sun covered up.

The total eclipse will begin near Newport, Oregon at 1:16 PM EDT and will end near Charleston, South Carolina at 2:48 PM EDT.

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SW Montana will not see a total 100% eclipse but 95% to 99% is close enough to witness this spectacular event.

If they are ISO 12312-2 compliant, they can be reused - even after three years - as long as they aren't scratched or damaged. However, eclipse glasses or solar viewing glasses are required to safely view the solar eclipse whenever any part of the solar disk is visible.

There are myths and sayings about eclipses causing weird events and changes in behavior, but what about for animals?

Get ready for the big event by learning more about the science behind the phenomenon, improve your Instas of the eclipse and score freebies, including protective eyewear, at these pre-eclipse events.

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