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“We stopped by the annual Science teachers meeting and spoke to a few teachers about how their class will be participating in the Great American Solar Eclipse. Many of our schools will have lesson plans focused on this event, here are three examples…” August 16, 2017
If you didn’t know, Tallahassee is home to a famous weather expert who is very excited about the Eclipse. During our interview with him, we learned some great facts about the event this Monday. Plus, he is sharing a live stream from his massive telescope to anyone who wants to watch. See the Squirrel? Press his nose to play the video.