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3 eclipse viewing opportunities tomorrow: Woodlands HS, Hudson River Museum, Pace University
Release Date: August 21, 2017

The Great American Eclipse” will be here tomorrow. Some Greenburgh residents are travelling around the country so they can see the direct path of the eclipse. However, our area will be able to witness the eclipse at about 70%.  Last week I reported that the Greenburgh school district is holding an eclipse party tomorrow at the soccer field.  There are two other parties that are close by.
 
The Hudson River Museum and Pace University are holding interesting events. I hope you and your family will enjoy tomorrow.
PAUL FEINER
 

The Greenburgh Central School District is hosting a viewing party at Woodlands High School Soccer Field from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m with 250 approved viewing glasses being handed out
 
Great American Eclipse @ the Hudson River Museum
Mon, August 21, 12:30 – 3pm
FREE and open to all

On August 21, the shadow of a full solar eclipse will move across the United States. The path of this shadow, also known as the "path of totality," is 70 miles wide and will pass over 14 states, from Oregon to South Carolina. The rest of the country, including New York, will experience a partial solar eclipse. 

Come experience this once-in-a-lifetime celestial phenomenon at the Hudson River Museum!

  • Make pinhole projections, model the earth-moon system in our interactive workshops
  • View the partial solar eclipse from the courtyard through our specialized solar telescope and handheld filters, and bring your own special eclipse glasses.
  • Starting at 1pm, watch a live stream of the full eclipse from Oregon, where our Planetarium Manager Marc Taylor will be stationed, alongside projections of two real-time simulations in our Planetarium.
 

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