Posted byMiki Huynh
June 14, 2017
Total Solar Eclipse (Aug 21, 2017) Resources
On August 21, 2017, North Americans will be able to catch a glimpse of a solar eclipse, with the path of total coverage crossing Salem, Oregon through Charleston, South Carolina.
In preparation for the great event, NASA has sponsored activities and resources to learn more about the phenomenon and how to get the best view.
NASA “Two Months to the Eclipse” Press Conference – June 21, 2017, 1:00-3:30PM ET:
NASA, other federal agencies, and science organizations will air a two hour live event where viewers can learn about:
• How to experience the August 2017 eclipse through the eyes of NASA
• Views from different areas of the country and how to prepare
• Safe eclipse viewing practices
• What causes an eclipse and why you should care
• How to participate in events around the country
• The unique research opportunities to study our Earth, moon and the sun
NASA Total Eclipse Website
The NASA site provides plenty of links to activities, events, broadcasts, and resources from NASA and NASA partners across the nation, including maps of the Path of Totality, a downloadable Eclipse Kit, posters, and more.