During Monday's eclipse, the moon blocked out 65 to 68 percent of the sun in western Massachusetts, but a more dramatic eclipse is on the way.
Fred Venne is the director of the Bassett Planetarium at Amherst College.
"The eclipse that's happening in 2024 is going to more significant in this region," he said. "We'll be looking in the Amherst, Northampton, southern Vermont, northern Connecticut area at about close to 94, 95 percent coverage of the sun. And if you go up to Burlington, Vermont, it will be 100 percent."
Venne said there will also be a partial solar eclipse in February of 2018, but you'll need to be in the very south of South America or Antarctica to see it.