Total Solar Eclipse

Science at its best! This article is a great one for homeschoolers. There is a total solar eclipse happening in a few days.

This week, the moon will completely cover the disk of the sun, creating a solar eclipse that only a small part of the world can see.

 The March 20 total solar eclipse event will be the first since Nov. 3, 2013. The dark umbral shadow cone of the moon will trace a curved path primarily over the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, beginning off the southern tip of Greenland and then winding its way counterclockwise to the northeast, passing between Iceland and the United Kingdom. Learn more.

Nancy

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