3 Fun Tips to Prep for the Total Solar Eclipse 2017
A total solar eclipse is when we have a perfect alignment of the moon against the surface of the sun at the same diameter. That's what creates the total solar eclipse and that lets you see that beautiful corona around. On Aug. 21 we'll have the chance to see a one go from coast to coast. It starts in Oregon and tracks all the way across the country to South Carolina. How can you be prepared to see it this year? Donna Ruko and Gilbert Rotary Centennial Observatory’s Claude Haynes have three fun tips to get you ready for this magical experience.