1 Month, 5 Days, 23 Hours, 48 Minutes and Some Assorted Seconds

And so it begins! I’ve downloaded a countdown app and set the date to August 21st at 2:46:22 pm. This first week was mostly investigating logistics for my trip in August and conducting preliminary research on solar eclipses. I am planning on watching the eclipse in Charleston, South Carolina. Already a popular tourist destination, the […]

Abstract: The Great American Eclipse 2017

Total solar eclipses are rare astronomical events, and it is even more rare that one will be so visible across a large swath of North America — as they are more likely to fall over the open ocean or less accessible locations. This year however, the eclipse will pass over several main US cities, making […]