As the eclipse approaches, it’s safe to assume you’ll have an eye on the skies in Oregon, Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama, as well as in parts of the US, to see the total solar eclipse.
The best way to stay safe during the eclipse is to stay out of the sun’s path and away from high-visibility structures, as that will be the most important time to see it.
For those looking to watch it from afar, we’ve got the best eclipse-safe eclipse viewing locations.
And for those that prefer to stay indoors, here are a few tips to stay ahead of the eclipse: Don’t wear eclipse glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses or contact lenses at the eclipse.
Make sure to wear eye protection, as the eclipse will be visible to anyone with glasses or contact lens that is large enough to cover the eclipse’s path.
For a more detailed guide to what to wear during a solar eclipse, check out our guide to the safest eclipse viewing spots.
It’s important to keep your safety in mind, as it’s very common for eclipse glasses to shatter in the process of viewing the eclipse, making it even more important to wear proper eclipse protection.
Also, it is very common to see people get sunburn from wearing eclipse glasses during an eclipse, so be careful around your home during the total eclipse, and don’t leave the eclipse glasses near a window.
Be prepared to be surrounded by the moon.
This means that even though the eclipse has been happening for a few hours, the sun will still be a lot of light pollution.
Make use of your eclipse glasses and the solar filter to prevent sunburn and ensure that you’re safe during this eclipse.
If you need to look up from your laptop to get a better view of the event, be sure to look away before the eclipse begins.
When the total lunar eclipse begins, the moon will rise, as seen from the west coast.
This will give us a great chance to watch the moon’s shadow pass over the sun.
It will also provide an opportunity to look down at the ground and to see if the sun is covered by the earth.
If the eclipse starts to get brighter, you can expect the moon to be moving closer to the earth, as we saw from the southern end of the moonlit eclipse.
You can also see the eclipse path through the skies, and even look up at the sky with the moon in your face.
It should be easy to see how much the moon is moving across the sky.
As the moon passes the sun, the eclipse becomes more visible.
As soon as the moon hits the sun (roughly 9:43am ET), the moon should disappear completely.
At this point, the total moon should be almost completely obscured, and it will be possible to see that the sun has completely faded from view.
If it’s cloudy at this point you may not be able to see any sun for the next few hours.
Keep an eye out for the sun to return as soon as it goes back to normal.
This is a good time to check on the eclipse from the sky if you want to be sure you have a clear view of your surroundings during the eclipses.
After the eclipse passes, the sky will be clear for a couple of hours, but there will be no sun.
At that point, there should be plenty of clouds, and visibility will improve.
However, the full moon will be in the sky, and the moonlight will still provide some of the best solar viewing opportunities.
If there is any dust in the path of totality, that will obscure the sun and cause you to miss it completely.
In this case, you may have to make do with a view of a partial eclipse.
A partial eclipse is when the sun appears completely covered by clouds and light pollution, and is visible from above.
If your sun is completely covered in a bright spot, you should be able see it in a partial lunar eclipse.