Are You Ready For Monday's Solar Eclipse? First Check Out These Awesome Resources.
We are less than 24 hours away from the solar spectacle in sky, and if you are a procrastinator like me, there is some good news. The eclipse glasses may be long gone, but there are a few fun, safe ways to view the eclipse using objects that you probably already have around the house.
Here's all the information you'll need:
Turn first to NASA for the vast majority of your solar eclipse needs, including live streaming, science, safety and more.
Check to see if your library is hosting a viewing party. Watching an eclipse alone is incredible; watching it in a group is even better.
Find out the exact time the eclipse will occur in your town right here. You can also watch a live broadcast of the eclipse.
Learn how to make a pinhole projector or another safe method of watching the eclipse on NPR, and brush up on the science behind this popular phenomenon.
Check out this tutorial for making a sun funnel, solar projector and more.
Watch this episode of Ready Jet Go to help little kids better understand the eclipse.
Create a time capsule filled with mementos, letters and other treasures to bury in your backyard.
Read up on the 4 planets you may be able to spy during the eclipse.
Wherever and however you watch it, cross your fingers for clear skies and have an amazing time!