We’ve assembled an expert panel to answer your burning questions about the upcoming ‘Great American Eclipse.’ Join us on Facebook at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15.
Can you look directly at the solar eclipse without special glasses? Will you even be able to see the eclipse from where you live? What’s the best way to photograph it?
We’ll have experts on hand to answer all your eclipse-related questions at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15, on The Seattle Times’ Facebook page. You can also leave questions in the comment thread on this article.
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Our expert panel:
• Seattle Times science reporter Sandi Doughton
• University of Washington astrophysicist Sarah Tuttle