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Our meteorologist Jason Gough will be in Charleston, South Carolina on Monday to witness the total eclipse. He'll go live from there on his Facebook page as the eclipse takes place.
These are some of the locations that will be hosting eclipse-viewing events in the Capital Region.
Reputable vendors of solar filters and viewers
It isn't safe to look directly at the sun. But on Monday many people will be tempted by an astronomical event, the solar eclipse.
Interactive download to see the eclipse simulated anywhere in the world
See what the eclipse will look like anywhere in the world without downloading anything
See a play-by-play about the entire life of the eclipse.
Visible planets and stars during the eclipse.
A FANTASTIC Google Earth interactive map for all things eclipse!
NASA's site for eclipse information.
More general eclipse information.
Everything you need to know about the viewing the eclipse in one place.
Last but not least, if you can’t get away to see the total eclipse of the sun, you don’t have too long to wait. One will be in our backyard in less than seven years.