On Sunday afternoon, there's going to be a solar eclipse, and we may actually get to see it here in Washington. At 5:24pm, the moon will slide in front of the sun and block 94f percent of its light. We'll see a ring of fire in the sky. Well, if it's not cloudy, that is. And it probably will be. Here's the scoop:
Oh yeah, you know you're not supposed to look directly at the sun during an eclipse, right? Here's a little craft project that'll let you see what's happening. You can build a pinhole projector. Let me know how that works for you.