This citizen science project is studying how eclipses affect life on Earth. Take part by collecting sound data from the October 14, 2023 annular eclipse and the April 9, 2024 total solar eclipse!
|Hints for uses in your library||Download Eclipse Soundscapes apps to guide your visitors in collecting data. Learn more here|
SEAL: Solar Eclipse Activities for Libraries
Smithsonian Magazine: What Does an Eclipse Sound Like?
2023 Annular Eclipse Simulator
2024 Total Eclipse Simulator
American Astronomical Society: Safe Eclipse Viewing
|Originating Source||Eclipse Soundscapes|
[Suggest a book]
|Eclipse: How the 1919 Solar Eclipse Proved Enistein's Theory of General Relativity by Darcy Pattison and Peter Willis|