The Rare Natural Phenomenon In Cleveland That Will Go Down In History

It has been nearly a century since a total solar eclipse spanned coast-to-coast, temporarily casting a shadow over the country’s landscape. That means this natural phenomenon will be visible from everywhere in the country, even Cleveland! It’s coming up soon, so here is more on this historic moment and how you can make the most of it:

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Even if you can’t get outside for this amazing solar event, you can still watch it happen! NASA will be live broadcasting the eclipse from within the zone of totality (where the moon will 100% block the sun). Go here to see the live stream on NASA’s website.

Be sure to mark your calendars, because this epic natural event is right around the corner. For the first time in nearly a century, the remarkable power of the natural world will unify the country as we all flock outdoors to look up at our own star. This is an event you simply can’t miss!