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On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will cross the continental United States, from Oregon to South Carolina. The best place to watch the eclipse will be along the path of totality. The second best? At the Exploratorium or on its website or mobile app. With the support of NASA, the Exploratorium is sending field crews to two different locations along the path of totality....Download
Total Solar Eclipse 2017
AMA Reddit with Rob Rothfarb and Nicole Minor from the Exploratorium
Friday August 4th, 1pm-6pm PDT
Meet Our Directors
The Exploratorium has travelled all over the world to chase Total Solar Eclipses since 1998! For almost two decades, we've presented live stream coverage from the path of totality to audiences world-wide. Our directors will answer YOUR questions LIVE.
The Exploratorium has a new video up, called "Observing the Sun", which gives a quick overview of how humans have observed the sun over time. We are really happy to be able to offer this video in both English and Spanish, and you can find them here on our website:
and here on our YouTube channel: