The sun is going to look a little different if you gaze toward the sky Thursday morning. A partial solar eclipse will happen over much of Wisconsin just after sunrise. People living in Milwaukee will see about 31 percent of the sun covered and the partial eclipse will last for 29 minutes. There will be a little less coverage in Madison, 23 percent, and the partial eclipse will last for 24 minutes. Scientists warn us to not look directly at the sun, use special solar eclipse glasses, create a pinhole projector, or use a solar filter on cameras or binoculars. The next total solar eclipse is coming April 8th, 2024.