Mainly at Griffith Observatory Right now cities across the country are gearing up to see a total solar eclipse—an event that hasn’t happened in over a century in the U.S.
Unfortunately, Los Angeles isn’t in the “path of totality,” where a full eclipse can be seen, but we are still going to get to view a partial solar eclipse and that’s apparently exciting enough to draw huge crowds out to public spaces across the city for viewing parties.
At Griffith Observatory Saturday, several hundred people gathered in the dark with cameras, telescopes and binoculars to watch a total lunar eclipse – the last one until 2014.
As eclipse mania intensifies, special solar eclipse glasses have sold out at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles.
Solar eclipse fever was spreading Sunday. Special solar eclipse glasses have sold out at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. The city-run observatory is one of the few local places known to sell eclipse glasses, but its stock o...
It's being billed as this century's most dramatic total solar eclipse, but you have to be halfway across the world by this afternoon L.A. time to see it in person. Fortunately, the Griffith Observatory is offering a more realistic o...