Tips and even a class trip for Monday's eclipse

 


Edmunds Central Science teacher Spencer Cody said we will actually get to see up to 63% totality around 2 p.m. on Monday, definitely worth going out to view with proper protective eyewear (eclipse glasses).

The partial eclipse viewed from here will be enough to dim the sun for several minutes. It will be similar to what we experienced during the Canadian fires with an odd filtered sunlight appearance minus the haze.

“Our school and Bowdle will be taking a busload of students down to the eclipse to see totality, hopefully, in Sulphur Springs, Texas, thanks to a NASA Space grant award. We will b...



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