How to watch and take pictures of the solar eclipse with your phone camera

On Monday, August 21, folks in North America can observe a very rare astronomical event that will make your dog howl, and the cows stop giving milk. While the so-called “path of totality,” when the moon covers the sun and its corona atmosphere in their entirety, will only be available to people in a stretch from Lincoln Beach, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina, others can still observe a partial eclipse. Needless to say, a lot of you will be reaching for the phone camera in your pocket to try and immortalize the event.
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