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The accessibility of science is very important to Prof. Wasserman, following his teacher, and he is happy for the opportunity to bring many young people, including children, to science on this occasion of a heavenly event that receives public interest
Experiences of the April 8 solar eclipse from the solar eclipse at Baylor University campus in Waco Texas, where the eclipse lasted 4 minutes and 13 seconds, almost the maximum possible
During the three-hour journey of the solar eclipse of April 8, 2024, NASA observed and transmitted direct images of the eclipse
Anticipation for the total solar eclipse is building, promising a wider path, longer totality and increased solar activity compared to the previous eclipse in 2017, along with expanded scientific research efforts
Prof. Caspi, from the University of Colorado presents the results of the experiments in the solar eclipse of 2017, on the multi-channel camera that will fly on a NASA plane
Unlike the 2017 eclipse that occurred in August, this eclipse occurs when the spring migration is already underway. And since most birds fly at night, a solar eclipse may affect them significantly
Using the high-altitude research plane WB-57, in one of the projects they will photograph the eclipse from a height of 15 km from the ground. The team hopes that taking the pictures above most of the atmosphere of the country will allow to see new details of
On October 25, 2022, the European Space Agency's Probe-2 spacecraft recorded two partial solar eclipses. This picture depicts one of them. See the video below in a higher resolution. Photo: European Space Agency
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