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The University of Findlay will be hosting a solar eclipse viewing for the campus and public when the event happens on Aug. 21.

 

According to a release, participants are asked to gather at the Cory Street Mall gazebo near Brewer Center for Health Science’s planetarium.

 

Steven Wild, University of Findlay assistant professor of physics, will be on hand to answer questions and provide devices for safe viewing from 1:00pm to about 3:50 p.m.

 

A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the earth and the sun.

 

Some states will have a full eclipse. but there will only be a partial eclipse in our area. Despite that, the event will be great to experience. It is estimated that several hundred million people throughout North America alone will observe the eclipse.


 

Another full eclipse will not occur again until 2045.

 

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