Today is it! Eclipse Day!
Stop by and see us at Movin’ and Shakin’ for information.
Check out these NASA recommended websites:
Learn all about the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse: when and where you
can see it, viewing techniques and safety tips.
Find out which spacecraft, balloons and ground-based teams will observe the
August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse.
Visit the NASA Science website to find celebrations, information and activities
for researchers, citizen scientists, educators, teens and kids.
NASA’s Eyes on the 2017 Eclipse is an interactive, 3-D simulation of the
August 21, 2017 total eclipse.
NASA will host the Eclipse Live Stream, which will provide unique broadcast
coverage across multiple locations.
Experience the 2017 solar eclipse in many fun, creative and challenging ways,
from family-friendly activities to sophisticated science projects. Explore activities
and find out about public engagement happenings in your community.
Use the NASA toolkit to view videos and images, download a poster, or create
Eclipse Kit — a portable eclipse demonstration kit. You can also make
3-D pinhole projection cards and share your do-it-yourself ideas.
Read all about the Eclipse:
Sun, Moon, Earth: The History of Solar Eclipses From Omens of Doom to Einstein and Exoplanets by Tyler Nordgren, Call Number: 523.7 N832s
Totality: The Great American Eclipses of 2017 and 2024 (A Complete Guide to the Most Amazing of Celestial Sights) by Mark Littmann and Fred Espenak, Call Number: 523.7 L781t
Your Guide to the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse by Michael E. Bakich, Call Number: 523.7 B168y
When the Sun Goes Dark by Andrew Fraknoi and Dennis Schatz, Call Number: CL 523.7 F812w
UPDATED September 5 2017: I added a children’s book we just received.