crisscrossing Science

Title

crisscrossing Science Episode 26: The Eclipse Is Coming, Baby!

Streaming Media

Abstract

In this episode, Chris Gaiser (professor of biology at Linfield College) and Mike Crosser (professor of physics at Linfield College) talk about solar and lunar eclipses: how they work, why they are infrequent, and why people should not look directly at the sun. This episode is all in preparation for the great solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, visible (at least in part) to most of North America.

A special note from the Podcasters:
Partial solar eclipses are amazing events. However, if you have the means to experience totality, you should take advantage of it. Anyone we have ever talked to who has experienced it became passionate about seeing another one.

Document Type

Audio File

Duration

28 minutes 19 seconds

Publication Date

8-7-2017

Disciplines

Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics | The Sun and the Solar System

Rights

Copyright © 2017. Terms of use for work posted in DigitalCommons@Linfield available at http://digitalcommons.linfield.edu/rights.pdf.

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