This artifact may not mention the solar eclipse as much as others but it does give interesting information to how some plants may be affected during the Solar Eclipse. It lists multiple different plant types explaining why they rely on the sun and how places like a rainforest would. It tells you how different plants like the golden barrel cactus would be affected by this change in light. it explains that the overall consequences of the Solar Eclipse aren't that large but enough to make an impact on plant life.
In this artifact, it explains what might happen if you're viewing a Solar Eclipse from your plane seat. It goes into what you'll be seeing from that height, and what you might be allowed to do during the time the Solar Eclipse is noticeable. Schneider, the person telling of his experiences in the article gives reasons why this opportunity is worth doing and the benefits of it like having a more clear and better view than what you would have on the ground. Other things in this artifact include detail of what Schnieder exactly saw like the moon and the sun perfectly matching up to show the corona.
Here in this article there giving you random pieces of interesting information that are about multiple different experiments happening during the eclipse. One part of the article talks about how you can protect your technology from Solar flares while another part talks about how APSU is making a 90 minutes movie about the Solar eclipse. It also talks about following how animals react during the Solar Eclipse by watching how crickets and cows react to the eclipse. One other part will be on how college students will be measuring the sound of the eclipse.
Here it starts out by saying how the same thing happens during a new moon with what happens to gravity during a Solar eclipse. It goes straight into saying after that about location and distance of the earth from everything about the weight and size of earth on that day. The effect of everything during the Solar eclipse will cause you to be 1.7 ounces lighter One part is dedicated to talking about how the earth bulged upward by 40 millimeters.