Look up in the sky!

Well here we are on the eve of a historical day.  Parts of the United States will be under a total eclipse, but here in New Jersey on Monday afternoon we will be part of a significant partial solar eclipse.  Still, I must warn you that it's too dangerous and could damage your eyes should you go out and look at the eclipse.  For today's technology, I would recommend turning your back towards the eclipse, taking your cell phone out and take a bunch of selfies with the eclipse behind you.  You'll be able to see not only yourself, but the eclipse in various stages behind you!

Time.com has an article on the impending solar eclipse, plus a link to where you can see the moon completely blocking the sun.  I, for one will not be traveling to South Carolina or Oregon where it looks like mass crowds are already headed there, if not already stationed out there waiting for that big moment!  Check out the link below for more!

See How the Solar Eclipse Will Look From Anywhere in the U.S.

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