Manchester University physics professor Christer Watson will distribute the glasses for free during the April 2024 total solar eclipse that will cross Indiana.
The moon crossed in front of the sun for several minutes on Monday, Aug. 21, blocking roughly 86 percent of the sun.
Americans gazed in wonder through telescopes, cameras and disposable protective glasses Monday as the moon blotted out the midday sun in the first full-blown solar eclipse to sweep the U.S. from coast to coast in nearly a century.
It’s unlikely you haven’t heard about the Solar Eclipse happening tomorrow. Quite a buzz has developed.
The Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library discovered newspaper articles from 1918 and 1925 about previous solar eclipse events.
Science Central has run out of solar eclipse viewing glasses and viewing cards for the second time. However, you can still buy some if you renew or sign up for a membership. With only a weekend that separates us from the solar eclipse are there any of these glasses still in Fort Wayne?
Clarksville Community School Corporation officials decided to dismiss students before Monday’s partial solar eclipse begins so that students can view the eclipse under parental supervision.
This video shows Walter Cronkite delivering CBS News coverage of the solar eclipse that took place on February 26, 1979.
The viewing party will take place on the lawn between Kettler Hall and Neff Hall from 1 to 4 p.m., with 2:25 p.m. being the time to see the maximum of the eclipse.
Science Central is still offering solar glasses to new or renewed members.
Lincoln Elementary School will allow students to view the eclipse
Sunglasses are not a safe way to view the eclipse
Here’s another way to participate in the Solar Eclipse mania
Free solar eclipse glasses will be provided for those who show up at Monday’s event to be held from 1 to 3.
The Solar Eclipse is Monday, and with most area schools back in session, we wondered how educators will handle the historic event.
This short video from CBS News provides some facts on what to expect on August 21.
You can still safely watch the solar eclipse by making your own pinhole viewer!
The United States Postal Service released a special stamp to commemorate the solar eclipse happening Monday, August 21
A total solar eclipse gives scientists a rare opportunity to study the sun and how it’s absence affects weather.
Amazon recalled some solar eclipse glasses, fearing them unsafe