On Aug. 21, the moon will pass between the sun and the Earth, creating a solar eclipse.
It's a rare event, and only people watching from the "path of totality" will be able to see the complete blackout of the sun. Unfortunately South Florida isn't in that path, but we'll still get an 80 percent eclipse around 3 p.m. And we know you're planning to watch -- and maybe even travel for -- the first solar eclipse to be visible from the contiguous United States in nearly 40 years.
So we want to hear from you: What are your plans? Are you watching the partial eclipse from the Frost Museum, the Deering Estate or Florida International University? Are you road-tripping to see the full eclipse in Casper, Wyo., or Columbia, S.C.?
And however you watch, remember: You'll be looking at the sun. So be sure to protect your eyes!