Learn all about the Total Solar Eclipse from the partial phases through the darkness of totality and back again. As a preview on the event, Tom Carrico, an amateur astronomer and astrophotographer on June 15th will explain the mechanics of the eclipse including its duration, where to observe it, what to expect during the near 2.5-hour event and how to observe it safely. There will also be some fun activities to check-out during the eclipse, and tips on photography. With an emphasis on safety, you will have all the knowledge and tools to thoroughly enjoy this once in a lifetime event.
June 15th 6:15pm
Tom will set up his telescope to view the sunset safely. Meet at the OSU Extension Office parking lot, 1211 SE Bay Blvd, in Newport.
7:00 PM – Indoor presentation described above begins at the OSU Extension Lincoln County office.