The Kennedy Space Center is holding a solar eclipse viewing event from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on August 21, 2017.
The viewing will take place in the Center's Rocket Garden. There will be Space experts on site to answer questions and offer commentary during the exciting event.
SOLAR ECLIPSE HEADLINES
- Four planets will be visible during the middle of the day on August 21
- NASA develops interactive app for great American eclipse
- Eclipse Viewing Tip: Make sure you have NASA approved solar eclipse glasses
There will also be access to NASA TV's coverage on the visitor complex's jumbotron. They will be streaming live content from across the U.S.
The kids can enjoy the event and learn more about space too. There will be educational activities offered during the viewing.