If you are an early riser, you will get to see something special in the Upstate New York sky tomorrow.

The weather is lining up which means you may want to make sure you are outside at dawn tomorrow morning (Thursday, June 10). According to a New York Upstate story, 5:40am will be "peak eclipse" viewing time with more than three-quarters of the sun being blocked by the moon. This is called a "sunrise eclipse" that will wrap by 6:30 and viewing conditions should be favorable in a spot where you get a clear shot of the horizon.

Now if you plan on viewing the eclipse, DO NOT look at it without protective glasses. You could seriously hurt your eyes! New York Upstate says if you have ISO certified glasses left over from the last eclipse and they are not damaged, they are suitable for viewing tomorrow's eclipse or you could make a pinhole camera for safe viewing.

I completely missed out on our last eclipse back in 2017, which means I will be up way too late tonight trying to make a pinhole camera. But I do recall all the publicity around the necessity glasses for the last one, so chances are if you're into this sort of thing, you are prepared and ready to check this eclipse out tomorrow. The bigger problem will most likely be rolling out of bed at 5:30 to catch it!

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