In this episode we hear from two millennials about what life is going to be like without the internet and cell phones. Shelby Boyce and Sydney Jensen give us life hacks for surviving the potential technology blackout due to increased strain on the bandwidth available in the area. We also chat with Hugh Hudson, a Research Physicist and Honorary Research Fellow in Glasgow, UK, about his involvement in the UC Berkeley and Google Eclipse Mega Movie Project. And in the third segment of the episode we hear about the preparations in place for Bonneville County from Sergeant Bryan Lovell with the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office. […]
The Today Show took to Twitter on Friday morning to share an animated map of the path the Great American Eclipse will take across the country in August. Except, they sort of forgot Idaho.
Are you interested in photography and citizen science? The Eclipse Megamovie project is looking for you! And you can get your name in the credits for participating!
So what is really so special about the total solar eclipse on August 21st? Vox has put together a fantastic five minute video that explains exactly how eclipses happen, how often they happen, why they […]
There’s a lot of information out there from the great communities in East Idaho. We’ve put together a list of links to the other great resources out there.
Obviously you’re going to want your eclipse glasses and a camera, but if this is your first eclipse, you might have no idea what to expect.
This is the a small sampling of the best social media posts for #Eclipse2017! We’ll keep our eye on the web and compile a list for each week leading up to the eclipse.
Dr. Paul Doherty demonstrates how you can make your own sun viewer. You can safely view sunspots, eclipses and transits with this equipment that you may have laying around the house!