This presentation explains some of the science behind a solar eclipse. It clarifies when a solar eclipse will occur and why. It includes a graph explaining the line up of the sun, earth, and moon, and a general area of where the eclipse will be seen from on earth. If you are curious as to why, how or when a solar eclipse occurs this presentation is for you.
This picture shows the progress of a total solar eclipse. From start to finish, the moon passing in between the Earth and the sun. It allows a clear view of the process. This picture is important so that people are aware of the way the moon passes and covers the sun from our angle on earth.
This article talks about animals such as bees, chicken, elephants and many more will react to the solar eclipse. Most animals will simply begin a night time routine. Many zoos will be observing their butterflies, bats, giraffes, and owls, among other animals. This article allows people to understand what is happening around them and how the world's animals will behave.
This audio clip elaborates on how ancient civilizations explains solar eclipses. From human sacrifice to dragons swallowing the sun, these civilizations had their own way of explaining the solar eclipse. This article allows you to become more aware of peoples theories and beliefs. This clip is great for those wanting to expand their knowledge of theories.