On Monday, CNBC.com presents a four-hour special report featuring complete coverage of the 2017 solar eclipse.
Host Robert Ferris and a slew of CNBC correspondents are explaining the science behind the eclipse, tell you what to do if you don't have safety glasses for viewing the event, show you how to safely photograph the eclipse, detail how individuals and companies are profiting from the event, and much, much more.
Excited about the eclipse and want to learn more? Read on:
- Traffic jams on Google Maps clearly show the path of the eclipse
- 17 clever ways brands are cashing in on the eclipse
- Once-in-a-lifetime solar eclipse is a bonanza for hotels, airlines
- The total solar eclipse is going to knock out a lot of solar power
- How to know where skies will be clear for the eclipse
- Here is where cellular carriers are increasing coverage for the solar eclipse
- Eclipse offers rare chance for experiments aimed at protecting satellites and power grids