View the Total Solar Eclipse - Event Details
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View the Total Solar Eclipse
Location: Sciences & Technology Bldg, 108 Lecture Hall
Join astronomy students for a fun and educational on-line viewing of the "Great American Eclipse". Totality only see from the US Mainland (coast to coast).
Sun will rise in Hilo partially eclipsed.
See the few minutes of Totality when the Moon completely covers the Sun and the Solar Corona is visible in all its glory.
Live broadcasts from NASA sites and our own UH Hilo Eclipse Expedition from Idaho.
Start the semester off with a totally cosmic beginning. 6-8am before classes begin!
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (808) 896-6582
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