Psst: I’m sure you’ll want great photos to remember the momentous occasion. But a regular point and click camera won’t do the trick. Read our tips for photographing the solar eclipse.People in 14 U.S. states will get to witness the total eclipse, which creates the effect of a ring of light that forms around the moon. Watch this video from NASA to see the path.
Psst: If the eclipse isn’t passing over your state then maybe you could plan a little vacation to see it. Here are some tips for getting low airfares.The “Events” tab has a list of NASA’s viewing locations and local events that have been planned along the eclipse’s path. You can even apply to host a public event in your hometown. The “Science” tab is for astronomy lovers who are interested in all the nitty-gritty details. You can read about different observation missions and research projects. Click the “Activities” and “Education” tabs for projects you can do at home and lessons tailored to different age groups. “Resources” has interviews with scientists, more videos and pictures, and programs you can download.To start exploring this wealth of information, just click the blue button below!