Go outside and look up at the sky tonight at twilight. You?ll see a solar eclipse and the Sun will look like a crescent, caused by the moon passing in front of the Sun. Depending on where you live in North America, between 20% and 80% of the Sun will be covered. The partial eclipse will last about 2 hours.
Don?t look directly at the eclipse, as this could harm your eyes. Look through a lens with a solar filter or project an image of the Sun onto a screen through binoculars or a telescope (but don?t look directly through them). You can project the image on a piece of paper or anything else light colored.