It just so happens the Great American Eclipse is coming up on Aug. 21. This solar eclipse will be the only one visible from across the lower 48 states in nearly a hundred years.
By Linda Weiford, WSU News
PULLMAN, WASH. – Nature is tossing a bright celestial ball of dust and ice over the Pacific Northwest this week. Comet Lovejoy is at its peak of brightness, giving observers an opportunity to see its glow in winter’s night sky, according to Washington State University astronomer Michael Allen.