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Safety Tips for the 2017 Solar Eclipse

Monday, August 21st 12:58 PM – 3:49 PM

UPDATE: We are officially out of Solar Eclipse glasses!

You can still be prepared for the Solar Eclipse!

Click here for more safety tips from NASA

This total eclipse of the sun is the first since 1776 whose path of totality — the narrow corridor where observers will be in the moon’s shadow as it covers the sun — lies completely within the continental United States and no other country.

More than two million pairs of eclipse glasses are being distributed free through public libraries in the U.S. for the eclipse of the Sun taking place on August 21, 2017.

The project is supported, in part, by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, STARnet, with additional help from Google, National Science Foundation (NSF), and NASA.