There’s a full (or whatever it’s called – total?) solar eclipse going down in August and here’s the deal, America: we’ve got front row seats for this one. This is almost always not the case. Most of the time you have to travel to another country to see the full eclipse but we got this one!
Don’t waste it.
If you live anywhere between Lincoln Beach, Oregon and Charleston, South Carolina (or can get yourself somewhere along that path on August 21, there’s a couple things you need to know.
First, just like Americans usually have to travel to other countries to see a total eclipse, we’re going to see an influx of space tourists. Brainstorm your “lemonade stand” entrepreneur ideas early.
Next, you can’t just look at the Sun. It’s really bad for your eyesight to do that. They have special glasses for looking directly at an eclipse.
Get some early to beat the rush!