3 Safe Ways to Watch the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

On Monday, August 21st, 2017, we'll be treated to the "Great American Total Solar Eclipse". Here in Riverside and the rest of Southern California, the eclipse will begin at around 9:06am with the maximum eclipse of 62% happening at about 10:22am, and ending around 11:47am. Other parts of the United States like in Oregon and Idaho will experience a 100% eclipse of the sun.

99.1 KGGI will broadcast a special "Total Eclipse Mix" on August 21st from 10:00am - 11:30AM. Click here to listen to it.

Solar Eclipse Path:

Below are 3 easy and safe ways to watch the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse.

1. Make a Pinhole Viewer Using a Cereal Box, Foil and Paper

2. Make a Solar Eclipse Pinhole Projector with 2 Pieces of Paper or Cardboard

3. Use a Solar Shield or Solar Eclipse Glasses With Approved Solar Filters 

WARNING: DO NOT USE REGULAR SUNGLASSES and watch the videos below on how to avoid buying FAKE Eclipse Glasses.

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