In this episode of StarDate Susitna, Kathleen Fleming fills us in on what astronomical events we can look for in the September night sky.
More segments from past programs about the upcoming eclipse Monday August 21st. Kathleen talks about modern eclipse-chasing, as well as eclipses in past times, and their chasers. Eclipse shades and info sheets are still available at KTNA this week during office hours, while supplies last!
A brand new show about the upcoming Great American Eclipse on August 21st: how eclipses happen, about the path of totality, (above) and if you aren’t going there, how to SAFELY observe the partial eclipse here in the Upper Susitna Valley with eclipse shades, or using other indirect methods of viewing the eclipse, using items…
More audio paragraphs from previously aired StarDate programs. One of them describes the different phases of the total solar eclipse, which follows the path across the U.S. shown above. Southcentral Alaskans will see a partial eclipse.
More audio paragraphs from a previously aired StarDate Susitna (this one from June) about what to expect during the solar eclipse August 21st, whether you’ve made plans to travel to the path of totality, (thousands of miles of traffic jams?, food shortages?) or will be here in the upper Susitna Valley (where we’ll hope for…
More audio paragraphs from a past Stardate Susitna program about the diversity of public events for those in the path of totality. Also, up-to-date information about viewing the the solar eclipse from Talkeetna. It’s happening August 21st. Eclipse shades still available at KTNA.
Susitna Writer’s Voice–StarDate Susitna 7-9-2017–The upcoming solar eclipse, part 2, by Kathleen Fleming
This is about what the Aug 21 eclipse will look like from the Upper Susitna Valley, through eclipse shades. More audio paragraphs from past Stardate Susitna programs, with information about the solar eclipse, happening August 21st.
Here are some audio paragraphs from past Stardate Susitna programs, with information about the solar eclipse, happening August 21st.
The activities of the moon, an explanation of Summer Solstice (the exact time is 8:24 Tuesday the 20th at this latitude), and more about what to expect if you’re traveling to or near the path of totality for this August’s total solar eclipse.