Activity in the sky is coming next week with the sun and moon doing the tango yet again. Make sure to set those reminders now, because you aren't going to want to miss the "ring of fire" solar eclipse.
The 2017 total solar eclipse was the star of the day, no pun intended. We'll have to wait another seven years for the next one, so if you want to experience more of the eclipse than we did today on Acadiana, you'd better get to booking your rooms now. We asked you to share some of your solar eclipse pictures, and you came through in grand fashion with some incredible pictures!
By now you have probably heard ad nauseam the advice from your local meteorologists to avoid looking at the sun during the solar eclipse. But do you actually now why it's a bad thing or how severe you could damage your eyes?
The upcoming solar eclipse on August 21st has the entire world talking. Some of the talk I'm seeing might be causing useless concern. I've been looking into the myth that a solar eclipse can be dangerous to pregnant mothers and their unborn babies. Is there any truth to any of it?
On August 21st, we will get to experience a total solar eclipse. This hasn't happened since 1979, so obviously we're all pretty pumped about it. This video shows you what percentage of the solar eclipse you can expect to experience depending on where in Louisiana you will be.
A solar eclipse is coming our way Monday, August 21st. The eclipse will be able to be seen across the U.S., but what you'll see of it will vary depending on where you live. How much of the solar eclipse will we see here in Acadiana? This interactive map lets you type in your zip code to find out. It also tells what time you'll see it.