Some Eclipse Links for You and Your Family

Here are some of my favorite links about tomorrow’s eclipse:

This short National Geographic video will psych you up to see the eclipse.

This article at Vox does a nice job of answering the questions you may have been too embarrassed to ask. And there’s just enough science thrown in to make you feel smart!

Of course everyone knows that you cannot safely look directly at a solar eclipse of the sun, right? NASA explains each phase of the eclipse and how to view.

Finally, if you’d rather watch the eclipse safely from the comfort of your own home, then watch the event live at NASA.

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Also check out Lunar Eclipses in the Bible.

Science Buddies

With award recognitions from Parents’ Choice, SPORE, the  American Library Association, SciLinks, and NAPPA, Science Buddies has everything you need for fun projects and experiments.  You can even learn how to set up your own science fair with organizational materials and forms.  There’s an “ask an expert” section, as well as a section on careers.

Best news?  It’s all free!    I encourage you to head over & check it out!