SOLAR ECLIPSE ACROSS U.S. CALLED 'A SIGN FROM GOD'
'Blood Moons' discoverer Mark Biltz says route determines 'warning to a specific nation'
A total solar eclipse will cross the continental United States this summer, an event that hasn’t happened in roughly a century.
Everyone will experience on Aug. 21 at least 60 percent of the sun being covered and the resulting semidarkness. Those within about a 60-mile wide diagonal line from the Pacific Northwest through South Carolina will see the sky go dark and feel the temperature drop.