In New Jersey Monday, it was not a total eclipse, but there was a diamond ring and a nervous young man down on one knee.
Americans line up from coast to coast to view Monday’s total solar eclipse.
Send us your images of the Historic Eclipse as it moves through New England.
You can use your glasses indefinitely as long as they aren’t broken or scratched, and are up to the ISO code.
In the next eclipse, the moon will cover 94 percent of the sun over our area, as opposed to just 65% coverage on Monday.
Local observatories and astronomy organizations have organized events for you to safely view Monday’s partial eclipse.
The much talked about solar eclipse is here. The 22News Storm Team has the information you need for your viewing.
In Western Massachusetts Monday’s eclipse will start at 1:25 in the afternoon.
The great American eclipse is drawing a lot of people to a thin path of totality this weekend.
A Wyoming man was blinded by an eclipse fifty years ago and warns that it could happen to you or your children.
Veteran eclipse chasers spend lots of money and craft intricate plans all to experience another mid-day darkening of the sky.
Be extra careful on the day of the eclipse after a man severely damaging his own eyes in a similar eclipse decades ago shares experience.
Can’t see the solar eclipse? Watch live on WWLP-22News.
The viewer is fun and easy to make and will protect your eyes while you look at the eclipse.
The upcoming eclipse could ruin your eyes if you’re not careful, and using a beer bottle as a makeshift viewer just won’t cut it.
Keep in mind, some retailers may already have sold out of the ISO approved glasses.
A lot has changed in 38 years since the last total solar eclipse in the US.
For western Massachusetts, only part of the sun will be blocked by the moon in the middle of the day.
Ready to celebrate the solar eclipse?
There’s a lot of excitement growing around the country about next Monday’s solar eclipse.