star Be part of April 1–30! star
On April 8th, parts of Pennsylvania will experience a total eclipse of the sun. Though our area will not reach full totality, we will experience almost 90% of it. Join us for some fun eclipse activities! We will discuss the science behind eclipses and create homemade eclipse viewers. Please bring your own shoeboxes and/or empty Pringles cans (or similar objects) to turn into viewers. We will provide all other necessary material on a first come, first serve basis. The event begins at Noon; however, the eclipse starts just after 2 pm and ends around 4:30 pm. Feel free to drop by and view with us anytime during the event. Find related citizen science projects at https://scistarter.org/eclipse.