Safety tips for viewing solar eclipse in SETX
KFDM Tom Wright's Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017 report:
The partial eclipse will be visible all over North America, including in Southeast Texas. Southeast Texans will be able to see a big bite taken out of the sun as the moon moves in front of it.
It will be important to use safe viewing strategies during the partial eclipse, since it is dangerous to look at the sun without something to protect your eyes from the sun's damaging rays.
To enjoy the total or partial eclipse of the sun, you must wear special glasses for viewing the eclipse.
For more information, click here for information from NASA on how to protect your eyes.