Monday, August 21 is almost here!
We have your one-stop shop of resources for the big day, for children and adults.
- Want ideas on how to build your own sun viewer? Check out these sites!
- Want to know how much of the eclipse you'll see from your location? Enter your zip code in at Vox's eclipse map or your address at HowtoEclipse.com.
- The American Astronomical Society has a wealth of knowledge about the eclipse on their site, with a countdown, a map of local events and viewing parties, and information on how to photograph the eclipse.
- Take a look at all of these eclipse activities on Starnet! You can choose which age group you'd like activities for, too.
- A kid-friendly explanation can be found at NASA's Space Place.
- NASA's homepage for everything Eclipse 2017 related.
- See what the eclipse will look like from your location using NASA's Eyes.
Denver Museum of Nature and Science explains why we need glasses to watch the eclipse.
Nikon has tips on photographing the eclipse.
- Find an astronomy club to watch the eclipse with in our area using NASA's Night Sky Network.
- Wikipedia has a comprehensive page about solar eclipses, including historical eclipses and predictions of future eclipses.
Have a happy and safe Eclipse Day!