Solar Eclipse, when the moon passes between the Earth and sun. Frost Science Museum is hosting a gathering to check out this rare cosmic occurrence. Its expert astronomy team on hand will ensure that you and your fellow star-gazers are watching it safely with the proper eye protection. There will also be a live stream of NASA Eclipse Megacast to get your nerdy blood pumping for the big event. The last total eclipse was 38 years ago, so get in there and get your goggles on. 1:25 p.m. Monday at Frost Science Museum, 1101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; frostscience.org. Admission costs $28.
Unlike the August 7 eclipse, which wasn’t exactly visible to those in North America, the one this Monday will offer Miamians the chance to view a total