Eclipse Info at the Rotary


Lindsay Adams gave a presentation about the Eclipse to the Harrisburg Rotary on Monday, July 31, 2017. Adams is a Gallatin County High School Teacher and coach of the WYSE team. She has a masters degree in film production and has done an eclipse documentary. Some facts Adams shared are; 1) the eclipse goes from Oregon to South Carolina, 2) called the Great American Eclipse, due to partial total eclipse in America, 3) it will take 2 hours from the Eclipse to pass over from coast to coast, 4) the last total eclipse in the US was 1978, 5) Harrisburg will be in darkness for approximately 2 minutes, 6) the next eclipse won’t be until April 8, 2024, 7)the total eclipse takes off when a diamond ring shape appears, 8) it’s best to watch from a flat location to see complete eclipse from the beginning to the end.

Harrisburg Rotary President Rocky Hull, Lindsay Adams guest speaker on the Eclipse, and Angela Rowe following the July 31, 2017 meeting. Photo by James D. Bond, Rotary Publicity, and SI Dollar Saver Publisher.


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