Eclipse

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New Life for Old Eclipse Glasses

This past August, people across the United States were thrilled to witness one of nature’s most breath-taking spectacles – a total eclipse of the sun.
Melrae Pictures VR Eclipse

Melrae Pictures Producing 360 VR Eclipse Experience -- SETI Institute Proud to Participate

September 19, 2017, Mountain View, CA – Founder/Director Melissa Butts of Melrae Pictures is producing a one-of-a-kind virtual reality (VR) documentary about last month’s incredible total eclipse of the Sun, “The Great American Eclipse 360.” The SETI Institute has been proud to take part, connect
2017 American Eclipse  Credit: Barbara Vance

Eclipse Memories

The SETI Institute team fanned across the country to take in the solar eclipse last month. The images and memories will remain with all of us and we wanted to share some of what we experienced. Some of us were in the path of totality, in Oregon, Idaho, and Wyoming.
Eclipse Binoculars

Eclipse! Time to Grab the Binocs

Here’s a question I’ve been asked two hundred times in the past half-hour: What equipment do I need to ensure my enjoyment of Monday’s solar eclipse?  Even if I’m not in the path of totality?
Tracking the Sun

Girl Scouts Works with the SETI Institute to Skyrocket Girls’ Interest in STEM

The organizations will celebrate Reaching for the Stars: NASA Science for Girl Scouts on August 21 with total solar eclipse viewing events.
Eclipse silhouette

Everything you want to know about the eclipse but haven’t gotten around to asking yet . . .

It’s hard to believe, but the “Great American Eclipse” is now just a few days away.   I thought you might like to know about the following eclipse-related resources:
Elliptical Triangle

Elliptical Triangle

Elliptical Triangle  By Guy Petzall
Girl Scout Stars

Reaching for the Stars: NASA Science for Girl Scouts

On August 21, as the shadow of the moon races across the continental United States at more than 1,000 miles per hour, Girl Scouts of the USA – councils, volunteers and girls – will be poised to safely view the solar eclipse and engage in the interactive astronomy event of the decade.