Turn Your Smartphone into an Eclipse Tool Kit with Essential Apps – Space.com

With the right apps installed, your smartphone or tablet can be a powerful tool for planning and enjoying the Great American Solar Eclipse. It can deliver forecasts of eclipse-spoiling cloud cover and navigate you to sunny skies, and capture images of the eclipse and your own excited reactions to the big event. It can […]

In totality’s path, eclipse mania overshadows fears of Eclipsemageddon – for now – SFGate

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How to make your own solar eclipse viewers – Myrtle Beach Sun News

Don’t have solar eclipse glasses, but still want to see this historic occasion? Don’t burn your retinas. There is another way. And it might be in your kitchen cabinet. NASA explains how to turn an ordinary cereal box into a pin-hole viewer that will let you watch the solar eclipse unfold without any damages to […]

Solar eclipse 2017: Make your own solar eclipse viewer – AL.com

Can’t find solar eclipse glasses or don’t want to risk staying outside on Aug. 21? Don’t worry – there are several other safe alternatives that will allow you to enjoy the Great American Eclipse without risking damaging your vision and, best of all, all you will need are some common household items. Cereal box viewer […]

These visual aids show you exactly what the eclipse will look like in your location – Washington Post

These visual aids show you exactly what the eclipse will look like in your location – Washington Post

The percent of sun coverage and the path of totality across the United States during the solar eclipse. (NASA) There’s no shortage of great resources to learn about the highly anticipated total solar eclipse happening on Aug. 21 (now just a few days away!). We’ve discussed what to expect both here in Washington and other parts of the country. […]

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