All About Eclipses

What is a solar eclipse, why do they happen, and why are they so rare? How have eclipses shaped history and what we will see here in New Jersey on April 8? Join us as we screen a series of YouTube and course videos to learn all about the science and astronomy behind eclipses.

All attendees will receive a pair of eclipse viewing glasses (one per person while supplies last).

Eclipse glasses are provided by the Space Science Institute STARnet program and funded by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.  For safe eclipse viewing visit the American Astronomical Society’s webpage.

This event will be on Monday 3/18 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm.

Audience: Adult Seniors
Type: Film and TV, STEM
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About Emily Terifay

Hi! My name is Emily Terifay. I am a current student at Clarion University and studying to become a Librarian. I love books and reading, my favorite genres are fantasy and sci-fi. I also have a mini library at my house and I add more books to it at least every two months. I also have two guinea pigs, Timothy and Lemon who are adorable, if not a little annoying at times.