Some parts of our earth will be very special because of total solar eclipse on August 21. The 2017 total solar eclipse will be easy to observe by many people in South Carolina to Idaho. Check the following NASA map for details.
According to NASA, anyone within the path of totality can see one of nature’s most awe inspiring sights – a total solar eclipse. This path, where the moon will completely cover the sun and the sun’s tenuous atmosphere – the corona – can be obviusly seen.
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From Geogia to Idaho
Here some of US regions to observe total solar eclipse: South carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Wyoming, Nebraska, Montana, Idaho.
According to American Astronomical Society (AAS), telescopes, binoculars, and cameras need solar filters for two reasons: to protect them from intense sunlight.
Another reason is to ensure that you don’t accidentally look at the Sun through an unfiltered instrument. That’s way in every case, the solar filter must be attached to the front of the optical device lens. This ensures that the Sun’s light and heat are kept out of the optics.