The Exploratorium filmed and broadcast the March 2016 total solar eclipse in Micronesia. Watch the telescope view of the entire eclipse, from 1st contact to the end.
Watch the highlights of totality—the crowning moments of the 2016 total solar eclipse.
Our webcast team travelled to the coral island of Woleai, in the Pacific Ocean 500 miles north of New Guinea, to bring you this astronomical event.
Imágenes de telescopio del eclipse, con narración en español.
Watch the telescope view of the entire 2016 total solar eclipse in Micronesia.
Hear music composed from the electronic signal of the 2016 total solar eclipse.
On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will occur over North America. The Exploratorium will bring live images of the sun during the eclipse from the path of totality.
Dr. Paul Doherty demonstrates how the sun will burn a hole in your retina if you don't take the proper precautions when viewing a solar eclipse.
Exploratorium physicist Paul Doherty illuminates the mysteries of the Earth's magnetosphere and related space weather.
Check out this D.I.Y. video on how to build your own sun viewer using items that you may have lying around your house.
This hands-on science video explains Einstein's light-bending concept using nothing more than a wine glass and an LED light representing a star.
There are many ways that you can safely enjoy a partial or total solar eclipse using items from around your house!
Learn how to cast images of the sun using nothing more than a piece of paper and your hands!
Find out why we sent a production crew thousands of miles by plane and by boat to Woleai, Micronesia.
We arrive at Woleai, Micronesia, to film the total solar eclipse.
We set up on a Woleai airstrip to film the total solar eclipse.
Footage of the Woleai atoll from the air.
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