Congratulations to the 23 clubs that qualified to receive Eclipse Outreach packages!
They will receive banners, postcards, activities, and more to share with Spanish-speaking audiences in their communities. Stay tuned for updates from their outreach.
You can also print your own materials in Spanish using the links below!
Preview of the Spanish-language pinhole projection postcard. Download the high-quality PDF here. One side of the banner and many of the materials are evergreen and can be used well after the eclipse to engage bilingual audiences.
Funding for this initiative is made possible by the American Astronomical Society's Julena Steinheider Duncombe Grant and the hard working folks at the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. You can print the materials below for non-commercial purposes even if you do not receive the grant. They are generously shared by the NISE Net program under a NASA Cooperative Agreement.
Resources available in Spanish:
Spanish Eclipse Poster
Spanish Pinhole Projector Postcard
NASA/AAS Safety Sheet in Spanish
Share these Eclipse Videos in Spanish
Classroom Resources in English and Spanish
Night Sky Network 2017 Solar Eclipse page
Strategies for Engaging Bilingual Audiences Handout
More Key Ingredients for Engaging Latino Families
The Vanishing Sun: Eclipse Tales from Around the World
Astronomy of Many Cultures Resource Guide
AAS Diversity/Inclusion resources
You can watch a recording of our webinar here: https://nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov/download-view.cfm?Doc_ID=603
The winning clubs are:
- AquaSoft Astronomy Club
- Astronomical Society of Kansas City
- Astronomy Enthusiasts of Lancaster County
- Bay Area Project ASTRO
- City Lights Astronomical Society for Students
- John C. Wells Planetarium and the JMU Astronomy Club
- Kansas Astronomical Observers
- Los Angeles Astronomical Society
- Memphis Astronomical Society
- MIRA Astronomy Club
- NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center
- New Hampshire Astronomical Society
- Northeast Florida Astronomical Society in collaboration with University of North Florida and Florida State College at Jacksonville
- Riverside Astronomical Society
- San Antonio Astronomy Club (Puerto Rico)
- Santa Cruz Astronomy Club
- Seattle Astronomical Society
- Sociedad de Astronomia del Caribe
- South Florida Amateur Astronomers Association and Fox Observatory
- Tacoma Astronomical Society
- Tri-Valley Stargazers
- Umpqua Astronomers
- Westminster Astronomical Society, Inc.