A few days before the annual solar eclipse, it’s all about how to prepare for the sunrises and sunsets on March 25, 2018.
It’s also the day when we’ll see the eclipse’s greatest eclipse since 1918.
In honor of that momentous occasion, we’ve gathered a collection of 10 of our favorite places to spend the day before and after the eclipse.
And if you’re lucky enough to see one of these spectacular images during the eclipse, you can learn how to do it here.
A quick note about solar eclipses: They occur when the moon passes directly over the sun’s face and covers it completely.
It’s the first time the moon has ever fully covered the sun in the sky.
So if you can, plan your eclipse viewing carefully.
Before you plan your trip, plan to stay up until 8 p.m. to avoid any early morning light pollution.
And don’t forget to bring a picnic and sunscreen.
Solar eclipses are a special event, so it’s important to plan ahead for them.
We’ve also compiled a list of best places to see the total eclipse on the first day of the eclipse in 2018.