Published: Wed, August 02, 2017
World News | By Cecilia Wilkerson

NASA Jets Plans To Chase Solar Eclipse When Flies Across The US

NASA Jets Plans To Chase Solar Eclipse When Flies Across The US

"About 600 million years from now, Earth will experience the beauty and drama of a total solar eclipse for the last time". It makes the part still visible even brighter.

The National Weather Service in Morristown has published a map showing the eclipse path and showing the duration of the total solar eclipse in parts of East Tennessee.

As in western North Carolina, Columbia will be the site of many viewing parties, including at Riverwalk in West Columbia, at the State Museum, at Columbia Fireflies Stadium, at the South Carolina State Fairgrounds, Historic Columbia's "Historic Eclipse in the Gardens" and on the water at Lake Murray, among others. Charleston, South Carolina, will be the last city to experience the total eclipse at 12:48 MDT. The umbra is when total blockage of light occurs, while the penumbra is when only a portion of the moon blocks the sun's light. The eclipse is predicted to leave 14 states in total darkness for two minutes in the middle of the day, as it travels from OR to SC.

Q: What can I see from Cortez?

Wherever you see the eclipse from, you'll be witnessing something incredibly rare.

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You can collect data in many locations. I'm partial to this cool case from artist Selma Cardoso, which would still be cool long after the total solar eclipse is over.

The free special glasses are available at Rock Island Downtown, 30/31 and Southwest libraries.

But, the time is now to start planning where you will go to see the TOTAL solar eclipse.

The Fernbank Science Center will set up filtered telescopes outside and pass around eclipse glasses for safe viewing.

And to do that, be sure to wear eclipse glasses to protect your eyes.

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But before we begin, remember this important safety tip: Don't look directly at the sun except during totality.

To watch through your fingers, cross the outstretched, slightly open fingers of one hand over the outstretched, slightly open fingers of the other.

Look for weird shadows on the ground by trees.

While the sun is about 400 times wider than the moon, the moon is about 400 times closer to Earth. If you can trace the glasses to a reputable source, and the glasses have the ISO logo-plus a statement attesting to their ISO 12312-2 compliance-you're probably safe. NASA lists American Paper Optics, Rainbow Symphony, Thousand Oaks Optical and TSE 17 as reputable producers of eclipse glasses whose products can be trusted. They will also show the NASA live stream of the eclipse, documenting the progress of the eclipse as it makes its way across the country.

What's more, the company's Nashville store falls within the path of totality and will host a viewing party.

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