CLEVELAND -- Mark your calendars!
It has been one year since the 2017 solar eclipse, so we're looking ahead to the next celestial event.
The skies are aligning perfectly to put Northeast Ohio in the path of a total solar eclipse less than six years from now.
NASA has outlined a map that shows the April 8, 2024 eclipse stretching from Texas to Maine.
Cleveland will be a hot spot for viewing as it will be in the path of totality.
2017’s eclipse delivered an 80 percent blockage of the sun in Northeast Ohio.
Watch as WKYC's Betsy Kling recaps her experience watching the 2017 eclipse:
Watch as Betsy experiences the 2017 eclipse: