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Solar Eclipses: Additional Resources Collection

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A Collection of external links curated by NSTA with additional resources related to solar eclipses.

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Resources in “Solar Eclipses: Additional Resources” Collection

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AAS: Solar Eclipse Across America

For more information on safe viewing devices & companies.

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April 8, 2024 — Great North American Eclipse (Total Solar Eclipse)

Find the total eclipse circumstances for any town or region, April 8, 2024.

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Eclipse Video for Educators presented by Dr. Doug Duncan Web Page
Eclipse.org

Eclipse information and maps.

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LabXchange: PIER Investigations

PIER (Phenomenon, Information Gathering, Explanation, Reasoning) Investigations is an NGSS-aligned instructional sequence that puts students at the center of the sense-making process and allows them to demonstrate their science knowledge and skills. Several PIER Investigations are focused on next year's solar eclipse.

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October 14, 2023 — Great American Eclipse (Annular Solar Eclipse)

Find the annular eclipse circumstances for any town or region, October 14, 2023.

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Resources Connecting Eclipses and Other Fields

Connections between eclipses and fiction, films, music and other creative fields.

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Selected Eclipse Activities for Educators

An annotated guide to basic classroom or home activities on the Web about eclipses, the Moon, and the Sun.

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Solar Eclipse Activities for Libraries (SEAL)

The project to distribute millions of eclipse glasses (and information) through public libraries.

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Suggestions for Holding a School or Community Eclipse Event

This guide, written by Douglas Duncan, will help you prepare yourself, students, friends, and neighbors for the October 2023 and April 2024 solar eclipses.

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