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And finally, for those who want to experience the historic celestial event with colleagues, the Erb Memorial Union will host a watch party on its east lawn from 9 to 11:30 a.m., providing refreshments and a limited number of eclipse glasses for safe viewing. At that time, there weren't solar eclipse glasses for him to wear to look up. The new NASA app, "Eyes on the Eclipse", simulates what the sun will look like as it passes through the sky on August 21. The main show begins at 1 p.m. and will cover the path of totality the eclipse will take across the United States, from OR to SC.

The path of 100% totality will pass through parts of Wyoming, Idaho, and South Dakota.

The coming total solar eclipse will pass from OR to SC.

68 Percentage of the sun blocked by the moon in Syracuse during the eclipse.

What time will the partial eclipse happen in NY? As the earth rotates, the moon's shadow traces a path across a portion of the earth. The American Astronomical Association has compiled a list of reputable vendors to help combat this.

Make sure your glasses are ISO-certified. They contain a strong filter that blocks all of the harmful rays from the sun.

How can I look at it safely?

"We sold out the same day we got them", a salesperson at Lowes told NBC Charlotte. Some stores one can find approved glasses are 7-Eleven, Best Buy, Lowe's and Walmart. Not only is what I described above so incredibly amazing, but what makes it even more special is how rare it is. Special solar viewing equipment will be available and association members will be on hand to provide informative discussion about the partial eclipse. Then you tape a small square of aluminum foil near the top on one end of the box, and poke a small hole in it. Tape a sheet of paper on the inside of the box, on the opposite side of the hole. In ancient India, he said, people believed that the severed head of a deity named Rahu caused eclipses by swallowing the sun. The more you know!

You will also need to use solar filter on cameras, binoculars and telescopes and don't use eclipse glasses to look through them.

According to multiple studies, with the eclipse comes a risky form of radiation that can cause severe eye damage and in some cases, blindness. But, with proper eyewear or a solar viewer, you can safely enjoy this sight of the century.