How to take pictures of the solar eclipse with your smartphone

Patrice Gainsbourg
Agosto 13, 2017

Untold millions more will see it streaming online, or via photos and videos posted to social media.

Just like the other face, the solar eclipse happens when there's a movement of the moon past the sun and earth, making the world experience darkness. In that case, parts of the Sun can still be seen. People weep, shake and unleash primal screams.

Still, the entire state of Iowa will be darkened about one o'clock that afternoon by a partial eclipse. Over 90 minutes we should see the evolution in the corona and see the corona changing.

It is important to know that at NO POINT is it safe to remove your eclipse glasses during a partial eclipse. Astronomers calculate that it takes about 1,000 years for every location in the United States to experience a total solar eclipse. But back then the population in the path of totality was sparse. Often, the solar eclipse occurs about two weeks before the lunar eclipse.

Unless you've been living on the dark side of the moon, you probably know that a total solar eclipse will cross a wide swath of Nebraska on that day. If you have the opportunity to go see the total eclipse, do it!

That schedule has led some in the astronomy community to dub today's kids "Generation Eclipse".

"One of the things that we're doing is tracking rumors, and we're hearing a rumor on Twitter that a lot of people from Seattle are going to be coming down very, very early on Monday morning of the eclipse and that's going to complicate the morning commute in the city of Portland", said Oregon Department of Transportation spokesman Don Hamilton to Portland's NBC affiliate, KGEW.

Dr. Ron Henderson
Dr. Ron Henderson

Visitors will also strain other infrastructure and services, meaning longer lines for food and gas.

"When was the last time we really had a big national shared event that wasn't a tragedy?" But she said she's all right with the eclipse mania. "Awe-inspiring sights encourage empathy and generosity and group cohesion. and total eclipses always do that".

People living along a narrow band from OR to SC may see a total solar eclipse if the skies are clear. That year the nation was deeply divided over the recent election of President Rutherford B. Hayes, and that summer Congress held hearings into allegations of voter fraud. They'll see this one from a family farm in Missouri, not far from their St. Louis home. Hence, areas or cities in the or path of totality will get many out-of-town, out-of-state and even out-of-country visitors.

Total solar eclipses are unbelievable celestial events.

Expect a lot more cars on interstates 77, 40 and 85 as people travel to the mountains or SC, the N.C. Department of Motor Vehicles says.

Observers in the moon's umbral shadow will have the same events unfold as with the partial eclipse but much more noticeably. Sure I could say there may be "clouds around" what else is new? "It just reminds us that we are these miniscule little beings on a piece of rock floating on a rock in outer space, so we better get along". NASA will broadcast the eclipse at It will enter the USA through central OR then exit through SC.

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