August 21, 2017 will see a total eclipse of the sun across large sections of the United States, generally between about 10a.m. and 2p.m. (depending on location and timezone)
If one is flying during the eclipse, are there considerations, other than sudden transitions to darkness and then to light, that should be taken into account?
Do Pilots flying during this time need to be Night Current?
Can time logged during the eclipse be logged as Night Conditions?