This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Community·Posted on Aug 8, 20178 Instagram Accounts You Totally Need To Follow Before The Solar EclipseOn August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will make its way across the United States. Grab your solar glasses and make sure your Instagram is prepared for this cosmic dance.by Doug RayCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. NASA (@nasa) View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @nasa The United States' space agency is everyone's first stop for all things in the cosmos and with scientists on the ground, in the sky and on the International Space Station, NASA should have some epic shots to share come August 21. 2. National Solar Observatory (@nationalsolarobservatory) View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @nationalsolarobservatory The National Solar Observatory has been watching the Sun since the 1950s, and, through a massive citizen science project, will have eclipse watchers spread from coast to coast capturing coronal ejections as the eclipse moves from Oregon to South Carolina. 3. The Franklin Institute (@franklininstitute) View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @franklininstitute One of the nation's oldest science museums and home to one of the world's first public observatories, The Franklin Institute's logo is a solar eclipse. 4. Astronaut Randy Bresnik (@astrokomrade) View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @astrokomrade Astronaut Randy Bresnik just joined the crew of the International Space Station, which will provide a unique vantage point as the Moon's shadow moves across the North American continent. 5. Grand Teton National Park (@grandtetonnps) View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @grandtetonnps One of the most popular spots to catch totality, when darkness falls in the middle of the afternoon, is Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. 6. The Adler Planetarium (@adlerplanet) View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @adlerplanet The nation's oldest public planetarium has giant sized eclipse glasses. Is there anything else you need? 7. UNIVERSE247 (@universe247) View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @universe247 A popular Instagram account featuring astrophotography, UNIVERSE247 will get you some awesome shots of the August 21 eclipse. 8. Exploratorium (@exploratorium) View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @exploratorium San Francisco's Exploratorium has been following eclipses forever. Now, with a solar eclipse in their back yard, they are sure to have something up their sleeves.