Solar eclipse of October 14, 2023
The coast-to-coast total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 will be memorable for children and adults alike, and a new website will help kids get interested in the big event and view it safely.
Only one month left until the Great American Eclipse passes across the continental United States.
Even though both look like tinted shades, eclipse viewers are very different from ordinary sunglasses, because they filter out far more light.
During next month's solar eclipse, you may be tempted to gaze directly at the sun, but you absolutely should not do this without the proper eye protection.
It's not just an old wives' tale: Staring at the sun for too long can permanently damage detailed vision, evidence suggests.
How much does the temperature drop during a total solar eclipse? It depends on season and location, but get ready for a sudden and noticeable chill.
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