On Aug. 21, America will fall under the path of a total solar eclipse.
It's already being called the Great American Eclipse, and for the first time in 38 years, the shadow of a total solar eclipse will cross the United States’ lower 48.
Photos cannot do it justice, the experts say.
To experience totality — when the disk of the moon completely covers the disk of the sun, blocking all sunlight — you need to travel to a location that is within the moon's shadow as it crosses the Earth.
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