Bill Nye on how to make the most of the solar eclipse – CBS News
NASA estimates a total solar eclipse happens where you live an average of once every 375 years. The path of totality stretches across the U.S. from Oregon to South Carolina. Bill Nye, scientist and CEO of the Planetary Society, joins “CBS This Morning” from Beatrice, Nebraska, to discuss what to expect.
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