Cleveland State To Host Eclipse Viewing Party For Faculty, Staff And Students

Map of the path of totality of the

Map of the path of totality of the

They're setting up multiple tents with medical supplies like automated external defibrillators in five different places within the path of totality - Vonore, Tellico Plains, Madisonville and Sweetwater.

Outside the path of totality, you must always use a safe solar filter to view the sun directly.

Remember this: hope for no clouds!

What is a solar eclipse?

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Safety must be kept in mind as NASA warns that ordinary sun glasses are not enough to protect your eyes, and nor are homemade viewing glasses. Sunglasses, smoked glasses and other filters still will allow harmful radiation to reach your eyes. In Fenton, the eclipse will start at approximately 1 p.m., and peak viewing time will be at 2:26 p.m.

The HSC event will also include an opportunity to learn about the eclipse, and there will be a cardboard creations activity led by Kate Purvis and John Sowa for those who want to build their own solar viewfinders.

"Libraries all over the country are providing informational resources, hosting events, and helping people view the eclipse safely", said Jen Marx, Library Public Services coordinator. "The only time it's OK to look at the sun is when it is entirely covered by the moon". Of course, as we're sure you've heard, there's a dark side to trying to get a glimpse of the eclipse.

¿Cómo puede saber si sus lentes o gafas para observar el eclipse solar son seguros?

Library to host solar eclipse program
Looking directly at the sun, even when it is partially covered by the moon, can cause serious eye damage or blindness. The National Park Service is encouraging visitors to prepare to have a safe viewing opportunity during the eclipse.

More information about Seminole State College Eclipse Viewing event here. The solar eclipse of the moon is said to obscure maybe as much as 76 percent of the sun's rays. The Saros 145 Series is an eclipse cycle with 77 solar eclipses that takes place every after 18 years, 11 days, and 8 hours.The first eclipse of the series happened in the Northern Hemisphere on January 4, 1639, which is 378 years ago.

In news that surprises no one, demand for eclipse glasses has spiked, given the attention of the upcoming Great American Eclipse set for august 21, which will run across the continental United States.

The current total solar Eclipse that will be visible in the United States, is for the first time in nearly 40 years. Others will experience the penumbral shadow, where they will experience a partial eclipse.

"It's so unsafe for people to look at the sun even for brief periods of time because you can cause permanent damage to the retina - we call it solar retinopathy and it's really very close to burning a hole in the retina", said Van Gelder. It's wider path than the upcoming eclipse will also clip far western Kentucky with totality.

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