Solar Eclipse of 2017 Collection

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A collection of resources about the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 and solar eclipses in general. Resources include NSTA Journal articles with lessons/activities, NSTA Press books, an e-chapter, a science object, virtual conference archives, and the NASA Eclipse website. A must read is the "Observer's Guide to Viewing the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse" PDF to learn about the event and how to experience it safely!

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Resources in “Solar Eclipse of 2017” Collection

Title Resource Type File Type
An Observer's Guide to Viewing the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

On Monday, August 21, 2017, a total eclipse of the Sun will be visible in the continental United States for the first time in almost 40 years. Read this guide to learn more about the event and how to experience it safely!

User File Web Page
Countdown to the Great American Eclipse Journal Article PDF File
Earth, Sun, and Moon Enhanced E-book Web Page
Earth, Sun, and Moon: Motion of the Moon Science Object Web Page
Eclipses Across the Curriculum Journal Article PDF File
Exploring Lunar and Solar Eclipses Via a 3-D Modeling Design Task Journal Article PDF File
Modeling the Eclipse Journal Article PDF File
Moon Phase and Solar Eclipse Book Chapter PDF File
NASA Eclipse Website User File Web Page
NSTA Virtual Conference Archive: The Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 - Are You and Your Students Ready for the Sky Event of the Decade?, October 15, 2016 Virtual Conference Archive Web Page
Scope on the Skies: In the Midst of an Eclipse Season Journal Article PDF File
Solar Science: Exploring Sunspots, Seasons, Eclipses, and More (e-book) e-book PDF File
The August 2017 Total Solar Eclipse: The Perfect Opportunity to Highlight Three-Dimensional Science Learning Journal Article PDF File
Total Eclipse Journal Article PDF File
When The Sun Goes Dark NSTA Kids Web Page