On July 2, the path of totality of a total solar eclipse will cross the Pacific Ocean, including Oeno Island, and then cross Chile and Argentina. The observations at this minimum phase of the sunspot cycle will provide important information about the solar corona, and will fill in the ordinary gaps between on-disk extreme-ultraviolet imaging and satellite imaging of the outer corona.
May 29th: The Centennial of the Eddington Eclipse Expedition that Tested Einstein’s General Relativity
To test Albert Einstein’s prediction, with his General Theory of Relativity, with observations from the total solar eclipse of May 29, 1919, observers led by Arthur Eddington went to Principe.
Aug 21st: Solar Eclipse 101
Pamela and Fraser talk about What to do, and (perhaps more importantly) what NOT to do during Solar Eclipse!
Aug 20th: Tomorrow’s Total Solar Eclipse in the United States
Jun 29th: Nerding Out About The Eclipse, Again!
American Paper Optics’ partnership with Bill Nye & The Planetary Society. He also tells us about APO’s partnership with St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
May 31st: Encore: Nerding Out About Eclipse Safety
Getting everyone prepared for the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse by talking to various industry specialist. Nerding out at its finest.
Apr 29th: Eclipse Tips Tricks & Clicks
Astro-marketing guru Jason Lewin explores several ways to actively (and safely) take part in events for the “2017 total solar eclipse”.
Mar 30th: Total Eclipse Nerd-Out
Feb 26th: The 2017 annular eclipse and a post-Pluto spacecraft mission
Preparation for the annular solar eclipse in Patagonia, the southern part of Argentina and Chile, on February 26.
Feb 23rd: Don’t Get Eclipsed by Time
With the American total eclipse only 6 months away, Jason Lewin gives his advice on the best ways to get fired up for this historic moment.