Solar eclipse interactive tool shows how much eclipse at your location choice

Posted July 29, 2017

Michael Kentrianakis, an avid eclipse chaser and a member of the American Astronomical Society's Solar Eclipse Task Force, learned about the confusion over the sun's size from his colleague Luca Quaglia, a physicist and eclipse researcher.

Even the "diamond ring" parts of a solar eclipse, when there is the tiniest sliver of the Sun showing on either side of the Moon, are too unsafe to view without protection. For example, the next total solar eclipse will be in 2019 and will be visible in parts of Chile and Argentina.

Oregon Solarfest, August 17-22, Madras According to the event website, the 325 hotel rooms in the tiny town of Madras have been booked for more than two years. So Miller thought going to Nebraska to see a total eclipse was a good idea. Its path will then take it west-southwesterly, until the last vestiges of the occurrence can be seen at 4:08 p.m, for a total of 2 hours and 51 minutes from start to finish.

"By live-streaming it on the internet, we are providing people across the world an opportunity to experience the eclipse in a unique way, even if they are not able to see the eclipse directly", Jardins said. For the lucky folks in the direct path of the eclipse - the path of totality - it's sure to be an awe-inspiring and otherworldly event.

The rest of the continental United States will witness a partial solar eclipse. Pacific Daylight Time and ending near Charleston, South Carolina, at 2:48 p.m.

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You won't turn to stone but you could harm your eyes, because the sun's bright light puts too much stimulation on the retina, causing a condition known as solar retinopathy, a condition that literally burns the retina through chemical reactions. Thus when moon is exactly between the earth and the sun, the moon completely blocks the sun from view.

Direct viewing requires special eyewear that greatly reduces the brightness of the sun to safe levels.

"For an unmagnified view, the eclipse glasses are probably the most simple, straightforward, and easiest to use and readily available this time around".

Another total eclipse will not be visible in Hawaii this century. You will need a solar filter such as a solar telescope, a solar projector or solar eclipse glasses.