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Science Center Focuses on Eclipse Education

Science Center Focuses on Eclipse Education

In anticipation of the celestial event of the century, Slooh, a Connecticut-based media brand focused on outer space, is trekking across the country in the Slooh Mobile Observatory. Kicking off its journey from the Connecticut Science Center on August 7 and then meandering its way to Stanley, Idaho, they will capture and broadcast the total solar eclipse live on August 21.

The total eclipse hasn’t been seen in the Continental United States in 38 years. In celebration of the partial solar eclipse that will be evident in Connecticut on August 21, Connecticut Science Center will also be offering fun, family-friendly activities, including crafts and live streams along the path of totality. DJ Faro from Camp Spirit Days returns to bring the music and a dance party. Join Vasu Tribe Studio as they take attendees through a yoga flow in celebration of this celestial event.

For more information, call 860-724-3623 or visit Location: Connecticut Science Center, 250 Columbus Blvd., Hartford.


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