The basic idea is that meeting the requirements for the habitability of the Earth for observers makes it more likely that solar eclipses are possible.
C’mon. This is the first time in almost a century that a total eclipse will traverse the fruited plains from coast to coast.
The first pictures of an eclipse from the surface of another planet were taken by NASA’s Opportunity rover on the surface of Mars in March 2004.
Total solar eclipses will be visible only for another 250 million years.
“It rolled at you across the land at 1,800 miles an hour, hauling darkness like plague behind it.”