It's The Solar Eclipse Of Your LIfetime

Watch Solar Eclipse 2017 in India

Watch Solar Eclipse 2017 in India

"Then you can see the crescent when it gets down to 80 percent".

I'll be in the States, how can I watch it safely? Highways are going to be flooded with people, according to TDOT and the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

While New York is not in the path of totality, Staten Islanders will see a partial eclipse, which is when the moon passes in front of the sun off-center, and only a portion of the sun is obscured.

NASA also advises everyone to supervise their children who will wear solar filters, as well as to avoid looking at a partially eclipsed sun using unfiltered telescopes, binoculars, cameras, or any optical devices.

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The best way to view a solar eclipse is with special, super-dark glasses made specifically for the event. On a normal day, the sun is too bright, and we naturally look away, protecting our eyes.

· Always read and follow all directions that come with the solar filter or eclipse glasses.

The American Astronomical Society, AAS, has a list of reputable vendors of manufacturers and authorized dealers of solar filters and glasses, and says glasses should carry the global safety standard number "ISO 12312-2".

That's because while those in the path of totality will experience the total solar eclipse, any one in North America will still be able to see that sun-moon action in a partial solar eclipse - though it's worth keeping in mind that the farther away one is from the path of totality, the less that eclipse effect will actually be viewable. Hidgon says you can test your glasses before the eclipse to make sure they're safe. While availability can vary widely depending on where you're at, NASA recommends looking for glasses that meet the ISO 12312-2 standard for solar protection. The eclipse can be seriously damaging to viewers eyes. The eclipse route is supposed to be from OR to SC. The path of the total solar eclipse will be passing from OR diagonally all the way through SC in the southwest.

Solar Eclipse 2017: Massachusetts Viewing Guide
Espenak and his colleague Jean Meeus, a retired Belgian astronomer, have mapped solar eclipse paths from 2000 A.D. Remember, never look directly at the sun, even with sunglasses! Solar eclipse glasses are in high demand in San Diego.

ECLIPSE HISTORY: Links to digitized images of newspaper articles reporting on some of the eclipses that have occurred throughout US history.

Stillwater's eclipse experience will begin just before 11:40 a.m., reach its peak a few minutes after 1 p.m. and end at about 2:35 p.m. The maximum eclipse should occur at 1:10 p.m.

More: Can't Get Your Hands On Eclipse Glasses? All of that makes for the biggest event to hit these parts in quite some time. Share them with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with #10Eclipse.

Great American Eclipse airs live on the Science channel and SCI GO starting at 12pm EST, with live coverage from Madras, Oregon, featuring scientists from the Lowell Observatory.

Tips on Solar Eclipse Viewing
The duration of the total solar eclipse will vary by where in the path of totality an observer might be. This once in a lifetime event can be viewed in different ways even by those who are not in the US.

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