Total Solar Eclipse Presentation

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Soule Branch Library
Meeting Room

Event Details

Richard Lindeman, a Solar System Ambassador for NASA and JPL, will teach attendees important facts about solar eclipses, like the physics of how they work and how to safely view them.  Richard holds degrees in Electronics Engineering, Business Administration, and Astrophysics.  He currently works at Wolfspeed in Utica as an engineer working on next generation Silicon Carbide semiconductors. At this presentation, he will share ideas on how to get the most out of the coming eclipse on April 8th.  Come and enjoy this entertaining presentation for all ages and bring all your eclipse questions. Registration is encouraged.

For more information about the total solar eclipse, visit:

Note: Soule Branch Library will give out free solar eclipse glasses that meet ISO 12312-2 international safety standards for direct viewing of the sun. Distribution will start on March 25th and we will give out a maximum of 2 pairs per household. To find more eclipse viewing safety tips, visit:

Event Type(s): Science
Age Group(s): All Ages
Sarah C. O'Neill
(315) 435-5320

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