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Aprenda por qué debemos proteger nuestros ojos durante un eclipse solar.
Cómo utilizar herramientas comunes, hasta coladores, para observar un eclipse solar parcial.
Tune into Dr. Isabel Hawkins's pre-eclipse update from Chile.
A non-narrated, three-hour live telescope view of the full eclipse as seen from Oregon.
Enjoy this full, unnarrated view of the July 2, 2019 solar eclipse.
A non-narrated, three-hour live telescope view of the full eclipse as seen from Wyoming.
Enjoy live eclipse coverage by Exploratorium educators and NASA scientists.
Tune in here for coverage of the July 2, 2019 eclipse.
Relive the March 2016 total solar eclipse in Micronesia here.
Watch the entire 2016 total solar eclipse in Micronesia.
Listen to music created from data from the 2016 eclipse.
Enjoy this 2008 eclipse recorded from northwestern China.
Enjoy footage of a total solar eclipse recorded in Turkey in 2006.
Tune in for a 2001 total solar eclipse in Zambia.
There are many ways to safely enjoy a solar eclipse.
Cast images of the sun using your hands and some paper.
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.
Exploratorium physicist Paul Doherty illuminates Earth's magnetosphere and related space weather.
What can we learn from the Parker Solar Probe?
Journey through the history of humans looking at the sun. En Español.
NASA's newest satellite is headed for the corona of the sun.
Demonstrate Einstein's light-bending concept using a wine glass and an LED.
Find out why we sent a production crew to Woleai, Micronesia.
Dr. Paul Doherty demonstrates why you shouldn't look directly at the sun.
Why are accurate solar system models, and eclipses, so rare?
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