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NASA map of the October 14, 2023 partial eclipse
NASA map of the April 8, 2024 Total Solar Eclipse
NASA website with historical eclipse data for locations that you enter.
NASA eclipse map website.
NASA Solar System Ambassadors
NASA Science Mission Directorate's Science Activation
Nationwide Ballooning Project
NASA Heliophysics Education Activation Team
NASA Sun Science Facebook Page
NASA Citizen Science Projects.
NON-NASA Maps and Handy Tools
Two Solar Eclipses Coming to North America! An Annular Eclipse in 2023 and a Total Eclipse in 2024
Librarians – let’s get ready! We’ll support your eclipse efforts by providing eclipse glasses AND training.
Remember, whenever any part of the Sun’s surface is showing, you will need protective glasses or filters!
A terrific eclipse resource for information on current, past, and future eclipses.
A fun animation of the 2024 eclipse.
Map of the 2024 and 2017 Total Solar Eclipses. An excellent interactive eclipse website built by Xavier Jubier from France.
A resource website prepared by Fred Espenak, NASA eclipse expert .
A terrific resource of maps, videos for the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse.
A map of the 2024 Eclipse Path by Google.com
Calculate the precise location of the sun at total solar eclipse time.
Great resources on Astronomy and Eclipses for use in the classroom.
A resource with information about the eclipse including maps, safety, and more.
A helpful resource for eclipse and astronomy planning.
A Community Planning Guide for the 2024 Eclipse. Courtesy of Kate Russo, Ph.D., Author, Psychologist, Eclipse Chaser
Author's website for the 2023/2024 North American version of the Community Eclipse Planning Guide.
Report: "Economic Impact Study of Eclipse Tourism in Cape Girardeau Count, MO - 2017" prepared by David Yaskewich, Ph.D. of the Center for Economic and Business Research, Southeast Missouri State University
Eclipse Viewing Tips
Astronomy Magazine - First look at the 2024 eclipse
Learn to build a safe solar pinhole viewer by Michael Bakich, Astronomy Magazine. Published on September 2, 2014.
Informational website on upcoming eclipses.
Night Sky Network Outreach Resources
Full manual for the Shadows & Silhouettes ToolKit. Hands-on activities on Moon phases, lunar and solar eclipses, transits, and Venus phases. Features NASA's Kepler Mission and provides activities to explore searching for planets orbiting in the habitable zone around other stars. The website includes links to videos show tutorials of many of the activities
Source: NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology
Make a solar funnel to safely project a image of the Sun through a telescope.
Enjoy this student's guide to solar and lunar eclipses which was discovered and shared with us by a Girl Scout (Hannah) who is working on a badge. Thank you Hannah for sharing the link with us!
Compare the shadow that an Earth globe casts with what we observe in the evening sky at sunset. Show your visitors the shadow of the earth as it rises as a dark blue shadow above the eastern horizon. Source: NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology
Using simple materials, participants create 3D models of the Earth, Moon and Sun and demonstrate solar and lunar eclipses. Includes video tutorial. Source: NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology.
Eclipse glasses from American Paper Optics.
Eclipse glasses from Rainbow Symphony.
Eclipse glasses from Thousand Oaks Optical
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The Missouri Eclipse Task Force is a Missouri state-wide collaboration working together to promote the 2023 and 2024 Solar Eclipses. Treasury functions for the Task Force are handled by the Astronomical Association of Southeast Missouri, a 501(c)3.
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