At Dawn On June 10, 2021, A Partial Solar Eclipse Will Rise In The Indiana Sky
The morning of June 10th, 2021, will start like any other day. At 6:05 a.m., the sun will rise. Birds will begin to wake up and sing, and you’ll begin to wake up and maybe get ready for work. However, there will be something about this sunrise that’s a little less normal: on this morning, should you glance at the rising sun (with proper protective gear, of course), you’ll notice that there’s a piece of it “missing”. It’s not every day you get to see a solar eclipse in Indiana, so we recommend taking a look.
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It is imperative to observe an eclipse – even a partial one – as safely as possible. Never, ever look directly at the sun; to do so causes severe eye damage. Viewing a solar eclipse is best with eclipse-specific glasses, or by looking at the shadows of leaves on the ground during the eclipse – the sunlight will be oddly mottled, and you’ll notice that it’s because you can see that the shape of the sun is different on the ground. This website is helpful in helping you locate eclipse-friendly glasses to watch it with.
So, what do you think? Will you be viewing this strange and beautiful solar eclipse in Indiana on June 10, 2021? We sure will! Tell us your plans in the comments.
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Tori Jane Ostberg plays with tornadoes for fun. When she's not out chasing the biggest and baddest storms mama nature has to offer, she can usually be found writing something, somewhere, or exploring the desert southwest with her camera.