Dave Vernier in the Australian Outback collecting data during a 2002 total solar eclipse with a very old laptop and a Palm Pilot

On August 21st, many people in the United States will have their first chance in 38 years to experience a total solar eclipse. Called the Great American Eclipse, it is a total eclipse only in the United States. The path of totality extends from Oregon to South Carolina. We are very excited about this eclipse and have two special events related to it: data collection pooling and eclipse viewing glasses.

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