Where are you watching the eclipse from?

Next Monday is going to be one for the history books, with the solar eclipse that will come through Denver and at Bud’s Muffler we are excited about the event. Just a few short minutes where the moon will pass in front of the sun and darkness will sweep across the state. While we’ll be busy working on your cars we hope you will find some time to get out there and find an awesome place to watch from!

8 solar eclipse watch parties in Colorado

Mondays are generally known for being the least popular day of the week. But not on Aug. 21. On that Monday, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Some will even see a total solar eclipse. In other words: This Monday won’t be lame.

During the solar eclipse — which will be seen from Oregon all the way to South Carolina — the moon will completely cover the sun and make visible the sun’s atmosphere, known as the corona..

In non-NASA lingo? Colorado observers will get a pretty rad look at this astronomical phenomenon. If you can’t travel to Wyoming or Nebraska to get a glimpse of the full eclipse, have no fear; there will still be some great spots in our fine state to see a partial solar eclipse, where the moon covers part of the sun’s disk.
See where to watch at theknow.denverpost.com…