Never will a total solar eclipse be so heavily viewed and studied — or celebrated.
While the total solar eclipse will be south of KELOLAND, we still will be able to see a partial eclipse. We've put together resources whether you're staying in KELOLAND or traveling to get ready for the big day.
Obscuration is the fraction of the sun’s area covered by the moon.
Find more events by visiting NASA's site and from the Nebraska Department of Tourism.
For a full list of reputable vendors of solar filters, viewers and glasses, visit the American Astronomical Society.
PDF's Courtesy: NASA
The Space Science Institute has distributed over 2 million free eclipse glasses including to some in KELOLAND. Click here to view a map.