A lot of us have to work today, after all it is Monday! So, if you’re stuck in the office or don’t have certified solar viewing glasses, but want to get in on the biggest event of the week, click HERE!
The solar eclipse will start at 9:02 a.m. our time with peak viewing at 10:17 a.m. It wraps up on the west coast just before noon, but will continue across the country until this evening. It will be seen from Oregon to South Carolina and those in the “path of totality” will see the moon completely cover the sun. It’s important to remember to protect your eyes during the eclipse, so don’t look directly at the sun without solar glasses or a solar filter.