The sun is moving towards a total solar eclipse of the moon on Wednesday, September 15, 2018 at 1:21:16 am (UTC-7).
It will be visible from New York to Florida, the US and parts of Canada.
The eclipse will last just a few minutes.
It is the first time the sun has eclipsed the moon since 1859.
The Sun is moving away from the Earth as it crosses the ecliptic, which marks the path of the planets from the Sun to the Earth.
The solar eclipse will bring about the most intense solar storms that the Earth experiences during the year.
According to the International Solar Eclipse Association, this will be the largest solar eclipse since 1876, when the total solar eclipses of 1882 and 1986 marked the first two total solar events in human history.
The next total solar event will be in 2023.
It is not expected that the eclipse will cause a major disruption in the economy.
According to a study published in the International Journal of Climatology, an average solar eclipse has no economic impact.