Author: Dina Barabash, NASBA Content Development and Web Specialist
Posted: August 18, 2017

On August 21, 2017, the United States will experience a total solar eclipse. According to NASA’s website, the last total solar eclipse viewed from the United States was on February 26, 1979. Hopefully, you have already prepared for next week by purchasing protective eyewear and determining the perfect viewing location.

Since NASBA (not to be confused with NASA) is a trusted resource in the accounting profession, we couldn’t help but look at the facts and figures related to this momentous occasion. Check out the infographic below for interesting facts about the day. In the spirit of the upcoming eclipse…we love numbers to the moon and back!

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