*Tomorrow is the day that the moon will block the sun and with perfect timing, you will be able to catch it!

The total solar eclipse happens on Aug. 21 and it will last less than a minute in some places, while a partial eclipse can be visible for an hour or more.

Depending on the weather, if you live anywhere in the USA, you’ll be able to see at least a partial eclipse. But the best time to watch depends on where you live.

So how do you know when to head outside and look up?

The answer to this perplexing question is at EURThisNthat.