Being on the east coast of the US, I won't be able to see it. Those on the west coast will though. Here is how it will happen. Once in a blue moon, the earth darts out of its orbit temporarily and blots out the sun. When that happens, you can see all of the sunsets on the earth reflected off the surface of the moon making it copper colored. As the shadow of the earth engulfs the moon, you can see the edge of the earth. It proves that even if the earth is flat, it is also round. Kind of like a pizza pie. Science can't explain pepperoni. Then the earth goes away and things return to normal. If you can call the west coast normal.