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The solar eclipse is seen on July 22, 2009 in Iwojima Island, Tokyo, Japan (Photo by National Astronomical Observatory of Japan via Getty Images).

On Aug. 21, America will fall under the path of a total solar eclipse.

It's already being called the Great American Eclipse, and for the first time in 38 years, the shadow of a total solar eclipse will cross the United States’ lower 48.

Photos cannot do it justice, the experts say.

To experience totality — when the disk of the moon completely covers the disk of the sun, blocking all sunlight — you need to travel to a location that is within the moon's shadow as it crosses the Earth.

So, you tell us: Will you be watching? We want to know how you're preparing and what you expect. Let us know by filling out the following survey.

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