For the first time since 2017, Americans can watch a solar eclipse from their backyards! In the early morning of Thursday, June 10, the moon will block the sun and cast a shadow on Earth. The eclipse visible from Chicago will obscure 82% of the sun at its peak -- but only the tail end of the eclipse will take place after the 5:15 a.m. sunrise.
US to experience 1st solar eclipse since 2017 tomorrow: How to watch. See story here. https://abc7chicago.com/science/june-2021-solar-eclipse-how-to-watch/10744295/