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Solar Eclipse

solar eclipse webMon, August 21 • 1pm
Carman Community Room
Don't miss this opportunity to witness a rare solar eclipse (viewed as a partial eclipse in our area). Join us for a presentation on what causes an eclipse and then go outside to watch the moon cast a dark shadow as it passes the sun.

We will be providing ISO certified eclipse glasses for all participants on the day of the event.

 Already have a pair? Check this list to make sure the glasses are certified.

Retired earth science teacher Len Sharp will begin at 1 p.m. in the Carman Community Room by leading a discussion about the facts and figures that go into producing this rare event. The last time contiguous United States saw a total eclipse was 1979.

After that, viewing of the eclipse will take place on the Dinosaur Garden lawn until 3 p.m. The LPL will provide special glasses certified as safe for direct solar viewing, provided by the National Center for Interactive Learning at the Space Science Institute.

Our region falls in a path that is estimated to receive about a 75 percent eclipse as the moon travels in front of the sun. Of course, what matters is whether the clouds block the eclipse itself, which begins in Syracuse at 1:17 p.m. and ends at at 3:53 p.m. The maximum eclipse comes at 2:38 p.m., when the moon covers about 75 percent of the sun. It won't get dark.