I want to warn you ahead of time so you're not startled. There is a very good chance that you'll see something that hasn't been seen over Missouri for a long time. It's a 'mysterious ball of fire', but don't be alarmed. It's not the end of the world - yet.
In the middle of October, you'll have a chance to see what should be a spectacular if only partial eclipse over both Missouri and Illinois. Here are details of how much we'll be able to see and how to see it.
Early bird gets the worm, or in this case, the eclipse.
Let's start with the facts, what is an eclipse? Well, there's different kinds of eclipses. The one we experienced this morning (June 10) was a solar eclipse. It was a partial solar eclipse, and according to Nasa that basically means -
Partial solar eclipse: This happens when the Sun, Moon and Earth are not exactly aligned...