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Solar Eclipse 2017: Faculty weigh in on how, where to watch

Picture of GVSU student and faculty member stargazing On Monday, August 21, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun, and anyone within the "path of totality" will be able to see a rare total solar eclipse. To help keep eclipse viewers safe, Regional Math and Science Center staff will be distributing eclipse glasses at three locations on the Allendale Campus. Physics Department faculty will also facilitate activities during the Grand Rapids Public Museum's Eclipse Party. NASA's solar eclipse live stream will be available to watch at select locations on campus as well.

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