Bringing bodies together: Solar eclipse generates excitement for science

Characters of all types gathered at TELUS World of Science for an eclipse-viewing party. Image by Armin Mortazavi

by Lauren Borja, Physics and Astronomy editor Millions of people gathered to watch the moon completely obstruct the sun today during the Great American Eclipse of 2017. While the path of totality didn’t pass through any part of Canada, much of our nation was treated to a partial eclipse during the middle of the day. […]

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The path of totality

 By Kira Hoffman, General Science Co-editor This summer, many North Americans will witness a celestial wonder—a total solar eclipse. The moon will completely cover the sun for two minutes and forty seconds. This rare sight has not been viewed from coast to coast in the United States since 1918. The relatively narrow path of totality […]

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