How to Watch the U.S. Solar Eclipse Online for Free

On August 21, North America will enjoy a total solar eclipse. The moon will pass directly between the Sun and the Earth, causing the Sun to light to be “occulted.” Contrary to popular belief, total solar eclipses are fairly common events. On average, the planet experiences one every 18 months. The last one happened over Indonesia, Micronesia, and the Marshall Islands in March 2016. Nonetheless, the upcoming eclipse will mark the first time in 99 years that a total eclipse will be visible across the entire contiguous United States. It’s even 39 years since a total eclipse was visible from…

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