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written by Andrew Fraknoi and Dennis Schatz
published by the National Science Teachers Association
This illustrated booklet describes, in everyday language, the circumstances of the Aug. 21, 2017 eclipse of the Sun, which will be total in a narrow path stretching diagonally across the US from Oregon to South Carolina. The partial eclipse will be visible to 500 million people in North America. Safe viewing instructions, background information on eclipses, and further resources are also included.
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Astronomy
- Fundamentals
= Eclipses
- The Sun
- Informal Education
- Instructional Material
= Activity
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Solar Eclipse
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Metadata instance created October 24, 2016 by Andrew Fraknoi
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June 21, 2018 by Bruce Mason
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January 31, 2016
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AIP Format
A. Fraknoi and D. Schatz, , 2016, WWW Document, (http://static.nsta.org/extras/solarscience/SolarScienceInsert.pdf).
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A. Fraknoi and D. Schatz, A Viewer's Guide to Observing the Eclipse: All-American Total Solar Eclipse- August 21, 2017, , 2016, <http://static.nsta.org/extras/solarscience/SolarScienceInsert.pdf>.
APA Format
Fraknoi, A., & Schatz, D. (2016). A Viewer's Guide to Observing the Eclipse: All-American Total Solar Eclipse- August 21, 2017. Arlington: National Science Teachers Association. Retrieved November 16, 2018, from http://static.nsta.org/extras/solarscience/SolarScienceInsert.pdf
Chicago Format
Fraknoi, Andrew, and Dennis Schatz. "A Viewer's Guide to Observing the Eclipse: All-American Total Solar Eclipse- August 21, 2017." Arlington: National Science Teachers Association, 2016. http://static.nsta.org/extras/solarscience/SolarScienceInsert.pdf (accessed 16 November 2018).
MLA Format
Fraknoi, Andrew, and Dennis Schatz. A Viewer's Guide to Observing the Eclipse: All-American Total Solar Eclipse- August 21, 2017. Arlington: National Science Teachers Association, 2016. 16 Nov. 2018 <http://static.nsta.org/extras/solarscience/SolarScienceInsert.pdf>.
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