Learn how to enjoy the upcoming solar eclipse with Augusta University, which hosts two events for the community, including a symposium the Friday before the eclipse and a celebration to watch the eclipse Aug. 21.

Here’s how to enjoy the Aug. 21 solar eclipse in its totality

You might be wondering what you’ll see during the upcoming solar eclipse.

Fortunately, Dr. Thomas Crute has the answer.

The chairman of the Department of Chemistry and Physics at Augusta University wrote a guest column for The Augusta Chronicle about the many ways eclipse enthusiasts can enjoy the coming spectacle. Read more online and join Augusta University for a free community symposium on the eclipse Aug. 18.

The Augusta Chronicle: Here’s how to enjoy the Aug. 21 solar eclipse in its totality

Aug. 5, 2017

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