Eclipse Viewing Location Information

It can be difficult to find accurate eclipse viewing information online — you want to make sure that you are in the proper location to get the full effect of a total solar eclipse. In preparation for the Aug. 21, 2017 total solar eclipse, ScopeDawg is stocking up on eclipse location information, and we are ready to help you have the best possible viewing experience!

Our company has committed to providing at-cost glasses and presentations to organizations interested in learning more about the total eclipse. There has never been a better time to consult an eclipse 2017 map and gear up for this exciting event.


The eclipse viewing information you need to make the best of your viewing party

You do not need to be a scientist to enjoy a total solar eclipse — but much of the eclipse location information that is out there on the Internet is too technical to really understand. We have modified much of that data into easy-to-use instructional videos designed to educate the layperson about the science of an eclipse, all while having a great time.

If you are on the eclipse 2017 path, you need to be prepared with specific equipment for viewing. These items may include:

  • Special glasses or viewers
  • Lenses for your camera
  • Filters for your binoculars or telescopes
  • Charts, maps and guides
  • And even photographs of the eclipse itself

ScopeDawg has all that and more! We are bringing the science of the eclipse to the everyday public, offering eclipse viewing information that makes the event accessible to everyone who has ever been interested in the cosmos. So, break out your eclipse viewers and channel your inner astronomer as we prepare for this journey together. You can get everything you need to get started right here in our eclipse shop. Blast off with ScopeDawg!

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