What to know: 2024 total solar eclipse


Gary Bernstein and Bhuvnesh Jain speak with Penn Today about the significance of the coming total eclipse.

On April 8, large swathes of the United States will temporarily experience day turning into night as the moon passes in front of the sun with its shadow causing a total solar eclipse. The shadow will enter from Texas, travel through Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire, finally exiting via Maine. Read full article here