Celebrating a Total Solar Eclipse!
A total solar eclipse will cross the United States today, starting just after 10 a.m. PT in Oregon and ending just before 3 p.m. in South Carolina. Depending on your viewing location, the eclipse will last between 1 and about 2 1/2 minutes. Those gathering outdoors to catch a glimpse of this rare occurrence need to prepare for viewing. The ThingLink above is a curated collection of information and resources for making the most of the moment. Be sure to check out directions for capturing the eclipse with the camera on your phone!
Explore Classroom Resources
Jodie Johnston will be watching the eclipse with NASA goggles from Overland Park Kansas today. She has curated an amazing and comprehensive collection of resources for teaching and learning about the total solar eclipse. She’s even included NASA’s live stream in case it’s cloudy in some locations. Many thanks to Jodie for putting this together for others to use!
We hope you enjoy the total solar eclipse today!