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Awaiting the next Solar Eclipse

In August, I had the great pleasure of beginning the upcoming school year in a very profound, eye opening manner: by gazing at the Solar Eclipse that radiated over the Nashville sky. This natural occurring phenomena was not only beautiful to witness, but also, it spurred my curiosity for eclipses, moon phases, and the Solar … Continue reading Awaiting the next Solar Eclipse Continue reading

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2017 Solar Eclipse

Visible solar eclipses are relatively rare phenomenon to witness. They occur whenever the moon gets between the Sun and the Earth. The eclipse must occur with a new Moon to completely blot out the Sun. Because the Moon must be in the right location and phase, these eclipses don’t happen very often. There are three…Read more 2017 Solar Eclipse Continue reading

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Shadow Bands!

If you’re like me, you have probably never heard of Shadow Bands. Shadow bands are a phenomenon that accompany total solar eclipses and occur just before and after totality, appearing as lines of alternating lines of dark and light moving … Continue reading Continue reading

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