www.krmg.com By: Debbie Lord On Aug. 21, a solar eclipse will cut across the entire United States. While most of the country will see a partial eclipse, in which the sun is only partially blocked by the moon, other areas will go into total darkness as the moon moves in between the sun and the Earth. What will it look like where you are? How do you look at it? Can you take photos? Where do you get solar glasses? Here’s what you need to know about the 2017 eclipse. What is a solar eclipse? A solar eclipse happens when the moon lines up between the Earth and the sun as the Earth revolves around the sun. The moon blocks the sun’s light from reaching the Earth. Wait, doesn’t the moon move between the Earth and the sun every month? When is the solar eclipse? The eclipse will happen on Aug, 21. What time will the eclipse start?How long will it last?How fast will the shadow move?be moving at 2,955 mph. The shadow moves at different speeds across the country because of the curvature of the Earth. When totality makes it to Charleston, South Carolina, it will be going at 1,502 mph…. Read full this story
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