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July 20, 2019 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. The first people to walk on the Moon are celebrated here by local businesses.
I saw this display ( image to the left) when grocery shopping on May 2, 2019.
August 21, 2017. Totality at Klondike Park, on Missouri Hwy 94 near Augusta. The streak is a contrail from a NASA eclipse chase aircraft.
Our son, Jeff White, managing a Meade refractor with a Sun funnel.
The Sun Funnel worked really well for all partial phases of the eclipse. The yellow sundial helped align the Meade StarNavigator mount to true north. Old and new technology!
Here is Ed White with his gear. He had a C-8 with a white light filter, a Lunt 60mm solar scope, and a Canon camera with white light filter controlled by software on a laptop, all riding on an iOptron mount.
What an exciting day for all of us!
Our Outreach Coordinator outreach at asemonline dot org handles groups who want astronomy for groups.
August 21, 2017 Total Solar Eclipse in the US.
Click HERE to see if you are in the path of totality!
Songs for the Eclipse. If you program a radio station, here are some suggestions for music to air on August 21, 2017.
Do you have some other suggestions? Email Amy with your tunes.
The entire Dark Side of the Moon album by Pink Floyd
Half Moon by Janis Joplin Moon Dance by Van Morrison Aint No Sunshine by Bill Withers
Here Comes the Sun by the Beatles Shame on the Moon by Bob Seger Full Moon Full of Love by k.d. Lang
Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden Sunshine Superman by Donovan
That’s Amore by Tony Bennet You Are My Sunshine by Johnny Cash You Are the Sunshine of My Life by Stevie Wonder
Harvest Moon by Neil Young Dancing in the Moonlight by King Harvest Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater Revival]
Moonage Daydream by David Bowie Moon Shadow by Cat Stevens Walking on the Moon by the Police
Good Morning Starshine in the musical Hair Star Trekkin’ by the Firm Shining Star by Earth, Wind, and Fire
Across the Universe by the Beatles Intergalactic by the Beastie Boys Planet Claire by the B52’s
China Cat Sunflower by the Grateful Dead Good Day Sunshine by the Beatles On the Sunny Side of the Street by Willie Nelson
Sunny Afternoon by the Kinks Sunshine of Your Love by Cream The Warmth of the Sun by the Beach Boys
Waiting for the Sun by the Doors Earth People by Dr. Octagon
- Amy will project partial phases with a classic Dob. The picture here is from the Christmas 2000 partial solar eclipse viewed in eastern Missouri.Binocs with solar filters
- Chargers for phones, tablets, laptops, cameras
- Any safe solar viewers we have left by 8/21 to distribute. Park only gives away one per family.
- Meds and first aid stuff, Towels, personal grooming items, and changes of clothes
- Sleeping bags or sheets to put over beds in the cabin, Pillows
- Coffee maker of some kind and supplies