This coming Monday (AUGUST 21) marks the biggest solar eclipse in the U-S in nearly a century. During the so-called Great American Total Solar Eclipse, the moon will cover the sun for several minutes. For those who want to watch the eclipse, safety is key. Dr. Geoffrey G. Emerson of the American Society Of Retina Specialists tells Fox News that they recommend either using certified solar eclipse glasses or building a pinhole projector. Looking directly at the sun could cause permanent eye damage. For safety tips to see the eclipse without harming your version, click here.