Check back for NASA’s Live stream event of the Eclipse for August 21st 2017, starting at 11 am.
How to View the 2017 Solar Eclipse Safely
At times we all forget how dangerous fun actives like Eclipses can be make sure you and your family is safe please read guild to help keep you safe.
Eclipse Activity Guide
This guide support activities for learning about the sun, light, our solar system, and eclipses. They draw upon hands on, safe activities suitable for children as well as adults. While these activities are designed to help people prepare for the total eclipse of the sun in 2017, they can be used beyond the eclipse as part of your outreach programs. And, there is another total eclipse of the sun crossing the U.S. in 2024! Inside NASA Eclipse Activity Guide downloadable pdf.
Get Involved with Real Research!
The 2017 solar eclipse presents many opportunities for students, amateur astronomers and lifelong learners to get involved with science research. In addition to science projects focusing on the 2017 eclipse, members of the public can assist NASA in learning about the Sun, Earth, Moon and even eclipses in exoplanetary systems. There are programs at every level from the most basic observations to publishable research opportunities in partnership with NASA and university scientists. Join us and experience the excitement of learning and making real discoveries! To learn more about citizen science projects at NASA, go to: science.nasa.gov/citizenscientists
For information please download the pdf Document at Eclipse Citizen Science
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