2017 Summer Eclipse

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Get ready for the eclipse!

Monday, Auguest 21, 2107

We were fortunate to have Professor Jim Buckley speak on June 14, 2017.  Take a look at slides from his presentation:
Cosmic Coincidence: The History and Science of Solar Eclipses

Attend upcoming programs at the library:
  • Monday, July 17, at 6:30 p..m. in Lil's Treehouse - Join us for fun eclipse related activities.  Eclipse glasses will be provided.
  • Monday, August 7, at 6:30 p.m. in Lil's Treehouse - Learn about the eclipse; where to be, when it's happening, and how to safely view it. Eclipse glasses will be provided.
  • Monday, August 21, at 1:00 p.m. in the parking lot - UCity is just outside of totality, but we will be viewing the partial eclipse outside with the Sunspotter scope, the Galileoscopes and eclipse glasses.
St. Louis Eclipse 2017.org is the work of a task force formed in 2014 to get the region ready for the eclipse.

Get more eclipse information from NASA.

Make a pinhole camera with help from Instructables.

Check out the weather forecast for the path of the eclipse from the NOAA.

Here is the master calendar of St. Louis Eclipse events from the St. Louis Eclipse task force.