If you were standing on the roof over Bill Mick's studio, here are the times for the partial solar eclipse on Monday.
Start: 1:21:54.3 PM
Peak: 2:53:34.4 PM
End: 4:16.46.3 PM
At its peak, 85 percent of the sun will be covered by the Moon. But you'll need approved, safe solar glasses to see it -- or any homemade projection device using two pieces of cardboard with one piece including a small hole made by a safety pin or paperclip.
Here are links to some of the best information about the solar eclipse on Monday.
Fully Interactive Google Map of the Solar Eclipse
NASA's complete solar eclipse website:
How to safely view the eclipse:
To view the eclipse online, visit: