Eclipse Viewing at Indian Cave State Park

Claudine Rigal
Août 13, 2017

Be sure to join us sometime between 11 a.m. and 1 learn about the solar eclipse and-most importantly-how to view it safely.

"Many BPL locations are handing out #solareclipse glasses", said the library, which is hosting an eclipse viewing party.

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Throughout the continental United States, people outside the path of totality will witness a partial eclipse, as the shadow of the moon covers or eclipses some portion of the sun.

Dr. Stramel Presents the Solar Eclipse: On August 14 at 6 PM, Dr. Dean Stramel of Fort Hays State University will educate patrons about the science of the total solar eclipse. To enter, visit the Herrett Center Planetarium to see "Eclipse: The Sun Revealed". This one will carve a path across the entire country - and Nebraska happens to be a prime spot for viewing it. I ordered my ISO-certified eclipse viewing supplies last month, but if you've not yet purchased yours, be advised that we have a fairly large but finite number of eclipse viewing glasses we received from NASA that will be distributed free of charge at this event.

The proper lenses should meet what's called "ISO 12312-2" (sometimes written as "ISO 12312-2:2015") worldwide safety standards, according to the group. "We recommend that you DO NOT use this product to view the sun or the eclipse".

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