Most people don't remember what they were specifically doing two years ago. But I bet if we told you the total solar eclipse happened two years ago today (Wednesday, August 21st), you'll remember exactly what you were doing.
UPDATE: The Rutherford County School Board voted Wednesday night to close schools on Monday (8/21/17) for the total eclipse event because of concerns about safety.
There are a lot of questions and concerns people have about properly viewing the once in a lifetime solar eclipse.
About 7 million homes across the country that rely on solar farms and rooftop solar panels will lose power generation during the Great American Eclipse on August 21, 2017.
The total solar eclipse will occur on Monday, August 21, 2017. The event has been described as the "Great American Eclipse."
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