On August 21 the sky will darken as the moon briefly eclipses the sun. In the Northwest, we can only see the total eclipse in parts of Oregon and Idaho. In the Puget Sound area, about 90 percent of the sun will be hidden. What will that be like and where and how should you view it? Bill Radke talks to Erika Harnett, research associate professor of earth and space science at the University of Washington about all things solar eclipse.
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