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August 21, 2017 Solar Eclipse

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There is an overwhelming amount of information about the eclipse online. The following contains a collection of some links that might be helpful to plan your eclipse observing experience in Nebraska, and to understand the science behind it. These links include information about where to observe totality in the region and what you will experience, what you will see in and around Omaha, safely observing the eclipse, viewing tips and information about the astronomy of eclipses.

GOOD STARTING POINTS: GENERAL WEBSITES WITH A WIDE SELECTION OF INFORMATION:

Follow the links on these pages to find information on nearly every aspect of the eclipse.

VIEWING THE ECLIPSE IN NEBRASKA:

VIEWING SAFETY INFORMATION:

PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEO TIPS:

HISTORICAL ECLIPSES AND SCIENCE OF ECLIPSES:

For those looking to dig deeper into the science and history of eclipses:

For reference, here is a link to the slides from Dr. Jack Gabel's Public Lecture on the Solar Eclipse. There is also a video of a portion of Dr. Gabel's lecture at Bellevue Public Library.

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