We have a once in every few decades event this summer-a solar eclipse (total) that will be visible across all of North America.
How do you plan to celebrate this rare event?
I'm buying a handful of EU certified eclipse glasses for direct viewing and planning on a direct spectrum capture of the sun's radio emissions in real time (on 21 Megahertz) that, with luck, can get posted on my web page at a later date.
Never, ever look directly at the sun without a lens certified as safe for such purposes! If you are uncomfortable with direct viewing, a pinhole "sunspot" viewer can be purchased or constructed for use so you can see sunspots and flares in near-real time (about eight minutes later, due to the time it takes light to travel from the sun to the Earth).
Blessings, and may the day be free of clouds for ten or fifteen minutes,
Bremerton WA Far Northwet Corner of the map