A Brief Guide to Seeing the August 2017 Total Solar Eclipse [By Ventrudo and Panjwani]

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A Brief Guide to Seeing the August 2017 Total Solar Eclipse [By Ventrudo and Panjwani]

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  • A Brief Guide to Seeing the August 2017 Total Solar Eclipse [By Ventrudo and Panjwani]

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A concise guide to the most anticipated astronomical event in history.

On the morning and early afternoon of August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will pass across the lower continental United States for the first time since 1918. More than 300 million people live within a day's drive of the narrow path of this eclipse, so it may be the most watched astronomical event in human history. 

If you’ve never seen the drama of a total solar eclipse before, as the world darkens for a few moments and the landscape is bathed in the unearthly silver-white glow of the solar corona, this may be the best opportunity to see a total solar eclipse in your lifetime.

To help you see the 2017 total solar eclipse, this concise and practical guide shows you everything you need to know to be in the right place at the right time—and with the right tools—to see this amazing astronomical event. Even if you’ve never observed a solar eclipse before.And even if you don’t know the first thing about astronomy.You’ll learn a little of the background behind this solar eclipse. You’ll discover the best places to observe it across its long and narrow path. And you’ll find out how to choose and use inexpensive solar eclipse glasses, solar filters,maps, and other basic tools to help you safely see this astounding and memorable event.