NSN Webinar: How Cool is the Eclipse? Measuring Air Temperature and Clouds with NASA's GLOBE Observer
Photos: NASA, Holli Riebeek, and Kristin Weaver

Members of the NASA Night Sky Network joined us on Tuesday, July 25th,. Kristin Weaver and Holli Riebeek from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center wil join us and help explain how you can use NASA's GLOBE Explorer program to share your eclipse experience with NASA scientists.

What happens in the atmosphere and on Earth's surface when the Sun's light is blocked, even temporarily? Learn how you can help a NASA citizen science project by collecting data about clouds and air temperature during the eclipse, and contribute to a database used by students and scientists to study the effects of the eclipse on atmospheric conditions. Even if you won't be on the path of totality, you can provide useful comparison data.
 
NSN members can find related links for more information and resources, and a link to preregister for this webinar, on this dedicated outreach resource page .
 
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Most recently, NSN members joined Bethany Ehlmann on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, for a webinar on plans for NASA's Mars 2020 rover. You can find the recording of  this webinar and related resources on the webinar resource page.


 Images courtesy of NASA and Bethany Ehlmann



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Last updated: June 28, 2017