|High||2:50 AM||1.3 ft|
|Low||6:32 AM||1.2 ft|
|High||12:26 PM||2.6 ft|
|Low||9:08 PM||-0.5 ft|
Each year, a rare natural phenomenon transforms Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve’s Medano Creek into a water lover’s paradise.
A total solar eclipse that will sweep across the United States on Aug. 21 is expected to make a noticeable dent in solar-energy collection, prompting energy workers to concoct workarounds that will help them meet energy demands.
The voyage even comes with NASA-approved glasses for optimal viewing.