No need for the the cereal box, duct tape, and youtube videos! If you're one of the many Capital Region residents that spent the weekend trying to make the proper "eclipse glasses" or are freaking out because you have no "safe" way to view today's scientific marvel, have no fear! Free and safe viewing is here.
We have been hearing all sorts of talk about how, as humans, we must not look at the sun during the solar eclipse on Monday. I will be protecting my eyes, but how can we make sure that our pets are safe too?
As the time gets closer, we keep seeing more and more about the upcoming solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st. Now, we're learning that people are trying to make money on it by potentially hurting customers.
A solar eclipse is coming to the Capital Region and since this doesn't happen very often, you want to be at the right place at the right time to see it and thanks to NASA, they've mapped it out so you can!