From the Kopernik Observatory & Science Center:
In a surprising turn of events, the skies appear to be clearing for a view of the annular solar eclipse on Thursday morning, June 10. For those of us in the northeast, the eclipse will already be in progress before sunrise (5:28 AM) and will conclude at 6:34 AM. Unfortunately, the Sun will only reach 10º above the horizon before the eclipse ends, meaning our tree-line at Kopernik Observatory will obscure this event from our eyes and telescopes.
Fear not, though, as our livestream astronomer, Jeremy Cartie, will journey to a campsite with a clearer horizon—and potentially even better weather—to share the eclipse with you at home. Join us during the livestream to chat with Jeremy during the eclipse.
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If you don’t wake up in time to catch the livestream, you can watch a replay of it on our YouTube channel.
Look Up…. Dream Big … and for now, keep wearing a mask.