Los Angeles Times - - PARADE - By Neil Pond Cover and open­ing pho­tog­ra­phy by Marc Mor­ri­son

Ev­ery­one will be look­ing up on Mon­day, Aug. 21, when what’s be­ing called the Great Amer­i­can Eclipse sweeps across the U.S.

“I re­ally en­cour­age you to be in a place where you can see the to­tal solar eclipse,” says

Bill Nye, known as the Science Guy from his pop­u­lar 1990s-era PBS kids’ show. “This one moment where the Earth, moon and sun are in a line—it re­ally is spec­tac­u­lar,” says Nye, 61, who serves as the CEO of the Plan­e­tary So­ci­ety in Pasadena, Calif., and is star of Bill Nye Saves the

World on Net­flix. Check out these eclipse must-knows from Nye and as­tron­omy whiz kids Can­nan and Carson Huey-You.

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