This unique annular eclipse allows some sunlight to create a "ring of fire" around the moon.

Indigenous lands, like the Navajo Nation, will honor cultural traditions during the eclipse.

The eclipse's path stretches from Oregon to Brazil.

NASA provides interactive maps for tracking the eclipse's path.

A live broadcast will be available for those unable to witness it in person.

The article explains why solar eclipses occur: new moon, Earth's orbit, and moon's distance.

NASA warns against looking directly at the sun during the eclipse.

There will be another eclipse in 2024, promising a total eclipse in the U.S.

Total solar eclipses offer a chance to see the sun's corona.

Safety measures involve indirect viewing with proper tools.