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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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February 03, 2017 05:23 AM PST

People in parts of South America and Africa will see an annular solar eclipse in their sky February 26. During such eclipses, the Moon passes directly in front of the Sun but doesn’t completely cover it, leaving a ring of sunlight visible at the peak. Because some of the Sun is visible at all times, you MUST view this eclipse through an approved solar filter.

January 27, 2017 05:21 AM PST

If you turned on a television during October, you probably already know that the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, their first championship in 108 years. The 2016 season may have had a storybook ending for fans in the Windy City, but the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes baseball team has announced a 2017 promotion that will, quite literally, eclipse all others.

January 20, 2017 05:29 AM PST

A week or so ago, I read something from John Irwin of the Solar Eclipse Mailing List (known as the SEML), one of Yahoo’s groups. He wrote that the eclipse's first point of contact with land was mentioned a while back. He then asked the follow-up question about where the last location will be. Here's what he calculated.

January 13, 2017 05:29 AM PST

This podcast is the last in a series of eight dedicated to the weather you’re likely to encounter along the eclipse path August 21. I posted that many episodes because knowing as much as you can about the weather is important. My great thanks go out to longtime eclipse meteorologist Jay Anderson for providing the data. Let’s hear Jay’s take on the last three states the eclipse’s center line will cross.

January 06, 2017 05:16 AM PST

This podcast is the seventh in a series of eight dedicated to the weather you’re likely to encounter August 21. Once again, a huge tip of the cap to longtime eclipse meteorologist Jay Anderson for providing the data. Let’s hear Jay’s take on the eighth and ninth states the eclipse’s center line will cross.

December 30, 2016 06:18 AM PST

This podcast is the sixth in a series of eight dedicated to the weather you’re likely to encounter along the eclipse path August 21. As you may know, this report is especially important to me because of the big event I’m hosting in northwestern Missouri. Once again, my great thanks go out to longtime eclipse meteorologist Jay Anderson for providing the data.

December 27, 2016 05:34 AM PST

This podcast is the fifth in a series of eight dedicated to the weather you’re likely to encounter along the eclipse path August 21. My great thanks go out to longtime eclipse meteorologist Jay Anderson for providing the data. Let’s hear Jay’s take on the fourth and fifth states the eclipse’s center line will cross.

December 16, 2016 05:27 AM PST

After a 1-week hiatus, I've returned to the subject at hand. This podcast is the fourth in a series of eight dedicated to the weather you’re likely to encounter along the eclipse path August 21.

December 10, 2016 12:38 PM PST

For this podcast, I am interrupting my series on eclipse weather across the country to bring you an important announcement that has a relatively quick deadline. With funding provided by the National Science Foundation, the American Astronomical Society Solar Eclipse Task Force has issued a call for proposals for $1,000 to $5,000 grants to engage the public. Here are the details.

December 02, 2016 05:22 AM PST

This podcast is the third in a series of eight dedicated to the weather along the eclipse path August 21. My great thanks go out to longtime eclipse meteorologist Jay Anderson for providing the data. Here’s Jay’s take on the second state the Moon’s shadow will touch.

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