Another connection that I can make is that the solar eclipse affects the wild animals outside. It affects them by tricking them into thinking that twilight has arrived and then they go on with the routine with what they do around twilight time. There for they get tricked into thinking its later then it is.
9. One extra connection I can make to the eclipse is that i was in the play school house rock at the Lerner theater and i know the whole song ,"inter planet Janet".
8.One music connection i can make to the eclipse is the song " Bringing Back the Sunshine" by Blake Shelton. That is my all time favorite song ever!
7.The safety measures to take when viewing a solar eclipses are, wear safety goggles provided to you and make sure you don't look at the sun straight on. Failure to do this could result in blindness.
6.The dangers of looking at the solar eclipse are it can damage your retina if you look at it too long , unless you have a total solar eclipse, making you blind. Indiana doesn't have a total eclipse there fore we need to be extra careful because not all of the sun is covered.
5.Indiana will not have a total eclipse on Monday. Instead we will have a Partial eclipse. A partial eclipse is when only a part of the sun is covered.
4.In total there are 4 different types of eclipses. Their names are ; Partial eclipse, Annular eclipse, Total eclipse, and Hybrid eclipses.
In total there are 4 different types of eclipses. Their names are ; Partial eclipse, Annular eclipse, Total eclipse, and Hybrid eclipses.
3.Solar eclipse don't come the same day,time of day, or even season. They are more random but scientists have accumulated an average of how many times they occur. The average is 2.4 solar eclipse occur every year.
2.The next total solar eclipse is on October 14, 2023. In 2023 I will be 19 turning 20 years old. So I will be an adult when the next one comes!
1.A solar eclipse is when the sun, moon, and the earth are all aligned. Since they are all aligned, the moon blocks the suns rays from shining on the earth there fore we see a shadow of the sun reflecting on the moon.