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Enrich the eclipse experience — especially the long, partial phases — with solar eclipse activities for kids and families.\nThe post Solar Eclipse Activities for Kids and Families appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Updated 8/16 to include Predictive Science, Inc.\'s predictions. The total solar eclipse is less than three weeks away, but researchers already have a good indication of how the Sun’s corona will look when it comes into view.\nThe post How Will the Sun’s Corona Look at Totality? appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Total eclipses have the power to touch us deeply and reverberate through our life in unexpected ways.\nThe post Will Monday’s Total Eclipse Change Your Life? appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Totality watchers get the best show, but a far greater number of people will be in partial eclipse territory. Here\'s how to make the most of it.\nThe post The Solar Eclipse for the Rest of Us appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Want to know when the eclipse begins and ends in your hometown, or what\'s the quickest way to the path of totality? Looking for an eclipse countdown timer? There are eclipse apps for that! \nThe post Solar Eclipse Apps You’ll Need on Eclipse Day appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
We\'ve gathered some of the best pictures of past solar eclipses, total and partial, from our online photo gallery to serve as inspiration for your eclipse photography\nThe post Images to Inspire: Solar Eclipse Pictures appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
The upcoming total solar eclipse is understandably getting a lot of attention, but don\'t overlook the trusty Perseids. They\'ll be getting things warmed up Saturday night. \nThe post The Perseids: Big Eclipse’s Opening Act appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Here are several ideas for photographers to use when shooting the August 21st eclipse\nThe post Eclipse Photography: Framing the Eclipse appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Wondering what you\'ll see during the total solar eclipse on August 21st? Use our all-sky maps to figure it out! If you’ve never seen a total solar eclipse before, you might be wondering what to expect before and after the moment of totality. We’ve already published a detailed timeline to help you prepare for the event — what you can see and when you can see it. Below, you’ll find […]\nThe post Total Solar Eclipse: All-Sky Maps appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Two weeks before the much-awaited solar eclipse, the Moon clips Earth\'s umbra to create a partial lunar eclipse visible from the Eastern Hemisphere.\nThe post August 7th’s Partial Lunar Eclipse appeared first on Sky & Telescope.