Total Solar Eclipse 2017 at Delaware State University! 😎 Watch slideshow & view photos below Eclipse day at @DelStateOSCAR! 😎 #dsu #eclipse2017🌑 A post shared by OSCAR Science Center (@delstateoscar) on Aug 21, 2017 at 2:19pm PDT
OSCAR highly encourages everyone to protect themselves if planning to view the solar eclipse on 8/21/17 (1-5pm). Don't have safety glasses? Make safety glasses using a cereal box! Also visit the NASA eclipse safety page for more information.
A total solar eclipse is expected on August 21, 2017 (between 1-4pm EDT) as darkness and stars will fill the air for a short time in the middle of the afternoon… At least for some. OSCAR astrophysicist, Dr. Matt Bobrowsky, explains: Source: NASA
Look through the powerful observatory telescope and discover more about the planets, stars, and our universe! *Following a 20-minute astronomy presentation (see topics below), we’ll visit the observatory and look through the telescope* Meet at: Science Center South, Rm. 223 Delaware State University 1200 N. DuPont Highway Dover, DE 19901 • May 6, 9:00 PM: