|Not the moon but the sun with a solar filter|
We are getting ready for the annular eclipse on May 20. When we found out that the path of the eclipse would take it within 50 miles of our home we ordered eclipse glasses and eclipse filters for our cameras. Even at maximum an annular eclipse WILL damage eyes and cameras if not protected by lenses and filters designed for maximum protection. Other parts of the country will experience a partial eclipse.
Be prepared, if you can't get viewing glasses or welder's glasses in time (try Amazon), look here for information on making a pin hole viewer. If you left click your location on the map of the path you will see how much of the sun will be obscured and the time (in universal time) it will be at maximum.
We need to explore north of Lincoln for the best viewing site and, of course, hope for clear skies on the 20th.
Find more views of the sky at SkyWatch, Friday, hosted for us by Sandy and Sylvia.