Partial Solar Eclipse, October 23, 2014

Safely Viewing an Eclipse

Do not, at any time, look directly at the Sun. You might be tempted, but even a partially eclipsed Sun can cause permanent eye damage. Be the smart one here. Don’t stack multiple pairs of sunglasses on your head and think you’re good!

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25 facts you should know about the August 21, 2017, total solar eclipse

I realize that Total Solar Eclipse 2017 is more than three years away. But it’s going to be so huge that I thought I’d list some of the important details for our readership, the general public, and the media. Hey, it’s never too early for knowledge, right? Anyway, these are the facts....

10 reasons Missouri should make August 21, 2017, a state holiday

This solar eclipse will occur at the predicted time, in the predicted place, and for the predicted length. And although you don’t need to hear it from me, I absolutely stone-cold guarantee that everyone who sees it will remember it for the rest of their lives as the greatest thing they ever saw.