This Sunday morning, early risers along the east coast of the United States will see the sun rise while it's in the midst of a partial solar eclipse. Because viewing may be a tricky, you'll need an open view of the eastern horizon so it's best to be at the beach. As the sun rises, it will appear to have a bite missing from it's bottom.
Between sunrise at 6:36am and roughly 7:05am,, the bite will diminish and then disappear as the moon moves along its orbit while the Sun climbs higher.
Remember, looking directly at the sun during any phase of a solar eclipse can be dangerous. Click here for some good tips for viewing the eclipse safely.
Even for experienced photographers, shooting a solar eclipse isn't easy, but with the right equipment and planning, you can get some memorable shots.
Here are useful tips for photographing a solar eclipse.
Mark your calendars for what many say will be the greatest show on earth. On August 21, 2017 much of South Carolina will see a total solar eclipse with 95% - 100% totality.