How to watch August solar eclipse in Arizona

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This eclipse, on the other hand, will offer 93 minutes of totality on solid ground (although each location only gets about two minutes).

But those willing to have a child on the "next level of human evolution" will have trouble finding their would-be lover because the post was taken down.

'My looks, instincts, knowledge and strength is 100 per cent pure and 100 per cent lethal. Some of the major cities located along the path of totality include: Salem, Oregon; Idaho Falls, Idaho; Casper, Wyoming; Carbondale, Illinois; Nashville, Tennessee and Columbia and Charleston in SC. Exact place not set.

And guess what: You can't hold binoculars or other magnifying devices over your eclipse glasses, either.

'When totality occurs, we will have simultaneous orgasms and we will conceive a child that will be on the next level of human evolution. What ultimately matter is how we handle the sun. Everything will be aligned in the local universe'.

A complimentary pair of glasses also may be picked up by visitors at the CVB office during business hours, 8:30 a.m.to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 a.m.to 4 p.m. Friday, at 755 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kansas.

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So it's time to rustle up special eclipse eyewear to use August 21, when the US has its first full solar eclipse spanning coast to coast in 99 years.

They can be found at a number of online retailers, but also in many common physical stores.

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Still, this at least gives a very early indication of who will have clear skies on the day of the eclipse.

Every hotel in the town is already booked, some residents are renting their homes for $3,000 a night, and campers are expected to flood the national forests and grasslands during peak wildfire season.

Eclipse watchers in the 60 to 70-mile wide "path of totality" that will cut through much of the middle US could briefly look directly at the eclipse without protection when the moon fully covers the sun.

A solar eclipse occurs when the moon blocks the light of the sun from reaching Earth, and the moon casts a shadow onto Earth, according to NASA.

"A total solar eclipse is pretty exciting because they are rare for any specific place on Earth", she said.

Many people are planning on watching the solar eclipse later this month, but you need to make sure you have the proper safety glasses for watching the event. On July 2, 2019, a full solar eclipse is scheduled to pass over the South Pacific, Chile and Argentina; these same countries, along with the South Atlantic, will experience another totality event less than a year later on December 14, 2020.

When daylight slowly surrendered into darkness during a solar eclipse in ancient times, some civilizations believed the spectacle was the result of an enormous creature devouring the sun. They will sell glasses for under $2. However, not all meet the required ISO 12312-2 worldwide safety standards; make sure yours do.

But, by far, the most popular way is to wear solar eclipse glasses, which block out the harmful light from the sun, as well as nearly all other light. One particular cloud getting in the way during the exact moment of totality, for anyone along that path, could put a damper on the entire experience. Eclipse glasses, solar filters for telescopes or homemade eclipse viewers are a necessity.

It's not just humans who will be affected by the Great American Eclipse coming on August 21 - expect animals to act strangely too.

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