It’s been a hot topic for some time now, and it’s finally coming to an end.
While it’s still early days for the solar eclipse, the moon is now entirely eclipsed by the sun, leaving the Earth in its place, making it possible to watch it in real time.
The eclipse begins at 8 p.m.
ET on Aug. 21, and the first partial eclipse of the year will occur at 12:46 a.m., according to the National Park Service.
It will be a total eclipse of both the sun and moon that will take place on Aug