April 22, 2024

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How to record a total solar eclipse safely using your mobile phone

How to record a total solar eclipse safely using your mobile phone

You won't want to miss next month's solar eclipse because there won't be one like it for another two decades.

This stunning phenomenon marks the first total eclipse in the United States since 2017. The total solar eclipse on April 8 will have a larger diameter than the last, as the moon will be a few thousand miles closer to Earth, according to NASA.

This astronomical event will be partially visible in all 48 contiguous states, and will be the last total solar eclipse to occur until August 23, 2044, according to NASA. Some parts of the country will be able to experience totality as the eclipse enters through Texas and eventually exits in Maine.