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Sky's Up

July-September 2017

Published on in “Science”, language — English. 68 pages.
In this special issue of Sky’s Up, we take a detailed look at the path of totality for the highly anticipated total solar eclipse that will travel from coast-to-coast across the contiguous U.S. on August 21st. In addition, JPL’s Steve Edberg answers 10 questions about our favorite star and the STEM Zone shows us how to build a personal eclipse viewer and make an Earth-Moon system model. The issue also has a variety of columns, solar astrophotography, event calendars, star maps and more. More
Sky's Up is a quarterly publication of the AstronomyOutreach network. Edited by Dr. David H. Levy, this magazine is a great resource for teachers, students, parents and anyone interested in learning more about what's happening in the sky. Each issue features a STEM activity, regular columns by well-known astronomers on topics ranging from stargazing to astrobiology. This publication is made possible through a generous contribution from Explore Scientific (www.explorescientificusa.com). More
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