If you don't know there's an eclipse today then I can't help you. But if you're aware of it, but you don't know what to do about it, I'm here to help.

First off let's show you where the eclipse will be seen the best. In Lubbock we'll get to see a %75 eclipse which is really good. Here is the trajectory of the eclipse and what each part of the country will see.

Here's another look at the path of the eclipse.

As far as the best times for seeing the show, it will start at 11:30 am and peak at 12:57. then it will decline and finally be finished at 2:26 pm. I know a lot of you have to work but you can take your lunch to go for a day and find a place to see something spectacular.

If you just can't get outside during those times NASA will be live streaming the eclipse with their super high tech cameras which will be awesome too. You can watch that on their Facebook page here.

Make sure you have approved viewing lenses though. You can find out what is ok to use, and what isn't at this link. Don't burn your eyes out.

Speaking of burning your eyes out, this link is a list of places that are selling approved viewing glasses and other supplies and info.