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The 2017 Total Solar Eclipse podcast
All about the upcoming total solar eclipse that will sweep across the U.S. on August 21, 2017.
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August 19, 2017 06:51 PM PDT

Well, my friends, I planned to post this episode Friday morning, August 18. Going eclipse crazy here, so this one's a day late. I apologize. Only three days to go before the eclipse. This blog is a continuation of what I began last week. Here are a few more tips I have that you still can incorporate between now and Monday.

August 11, 2017 05:22 AM PDT

If you're a latecomer to this series, and you may not want or have time to go back and listen to the previous episodes. In this podcast and the one next week, then, I will dispense wisdom as if you were a total newbie hearing about the eclipse for the first time. For those of you with plans in place, think of this as a last-minute checkup.

August 04, 2017 05:37 AM PDT

We’ve heard it all our lives: “Don’t look at the Sun!” In the past year, however, that message has changed to, “You can look at the Sun during the eclipse, but do it safely.” And there are safe ways to observe the event’s partial phases, when part of the brilliant but dangerous-to-look-at disk of our daytime star is still visible.

July 28, 2017 05:15 AM PDT

Way back in April 2015, in podcast #11 in this series, I compiled a list of locations on the center line. But what about other, not-quite-so-fortunate-as-to-be-on-the-center-line towns? In this podcast, I’ll list some other locations in the 12 main states along with how long totality lasts at each spot.

July 22, 2017 02:44 AM PDT

On August 7, exactly two weeks before the big event, a partial lunar eclipse will occur. The whole event will be visible throughout Russia, China, India, and Australia. Because it is an eclipse, I wanted to dedicate at least a brief podcast to it. These days, you never know who’s going to be where and when!

July 14, 2017 05:47 AM PDT

Alaska Airlines is chasing "The Great American Eclipse" on August 21, with a special charter flight. This one’s for select astronomy enthusiasts and eclipse chasers who want to experience totality from 35,000+ feet above Earth. Alaska Airlines is giving one lucky fan and a guest a chance to win a seat on the flight.

July 07, 2017 05:28 AM PDT

Astronomers Without Borders is launching a major new nationwide initiative. It’s one that will have a significant, long-lasting impact on STEM education. This educational campaign, sponsored by Google, is open to all across the U.S. But it has a special emphasis on underserved communities who may not otherwise have the opportunity of leveraging the rare natural laboratory of a solar eclipse to learn about the importance of the Sun and its light.

June 30, 2017 05:29 AM PDT

October 14, 2023. There’s another important date to mark on your calendar. It’s slightly less than six months before the next Great American total solar eclipse April 8, 2024. On the previous October 14th, an annular eclipse will sweep from the Northwest U.S. through Texas. Let's discuss.

June 23, 2017 05:32 AM PDT

If the eclipse August 21 will be your first view of totality, the first question you'll have afterward is, "When's the next one?" To answer that, I prepared a list of the total solar eclipses that will touch the continental United States in this century. Enjoy. (I mean, dream.)

June 16, 2017 05:16 AM PDT

Why tell stories in science education? Stories can spark children’s interest and imagination. Stories don’t offer a scientific explanation, but they can captivate children and inspire them to wonder. Once we've caught their interest and invited them to wonder, we can start talking science. We also can link a story to many other elements of the curriculum, from music making to creative writing, reinforcing children’s learning by using different styles of teaching.

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