Solar Eclipse

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Here is a list of resources for the August Solar Eclipse
(more added as they come in)

PERMISSION SLIP CLICK HERE

ECLIPSE FACTS  (from the Great American Eclipse website)

  • Aug. 21 marks the first total solar eclipse the United States has seen since 1979.
  • The eclipse will sweep from Oregon to South Carolina in 94 minutes.
  • While the majority of Barren County will not be in the path of total darkness (99.9% in most areas), the southernmost part of the county, the Austin-Tracy community will experience the eclipse in totality for 17 seconds.
  • The next total solar eclipse in the U.S. will be April 8, 2024, and will move from Texas to New York.
Solar Eclipse Timeline - CLICK HERE KET Solar Eclipse Resources for All Grades - CLICK HERE
NASA Eclipse Education - CLICK HERE WKU Hardin Planetarium Resources - CLICK HERE
NASA Live Stream of the Eclipse - CLICK HERE Eclipse MAP - CLICK HERE
NASA Eye Safety During a Total Solar Eclipse - CLICK HERE Interactive Google MAP - CLICK HERE
TinyBop Complete guide to watching the solar eclipse - CLICK HERE What to do if you are driving during the eclipse - WBKO News Story - CLICK HERE

NASA Eclipse Flyer - English - CLICK HERE

 
NASA Eclipse Flyer - Spanish - CLICK HERE  
Eclipse Flyer Spanish - CLICK HERE