Solar Eclipse In Cincinnati

Solar Eclipse Glasses

Monday, August 21st witness the solar eclipse in Cincinnati.

The world isn’t ending before Monday, but before the eclipse, which starts at 12:30 p.m., Cincinnatians are scrambling to find the best spot to watch the solar eclipse.

Personally, we’ve decided the safest way to observe is NASA’s  live streaming of the eclipse using airplanes, telescopes and high-altitude balloons from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Or locally:

Another fun and safe way to watch is by making a home-made pinhole camera (directions on how to make one)

Any way you watch Monday’s event- be safe and if you miss the eclipse mark your calendar for April 8, 2024, for the next total solar eclipse visible in North America