The “Great American Eclipse” is coming, and so are our new Solar Eclipse Necklaces!
While this well-documented nationwide event is an awesome opportunity to test your photography skills and post the perfect Instagram picture, it is also a perfect opportunity to celebrate next month’s solar eclipse with our new Solar Eclipse Necklaces!
Our 3D printed Solar Eclipse Necklaces are available in gold, white and glow-in-the-dark plastics, as well as 3D printed metals.
So, why not wear space inspired jewelry for your eclipse watch party next month?
Check them out here!
The last time a total solar eclipse occurred was 1979. The next time a total solar eclipse will traverse from the coast to coast will be in 2045.
On Aug. 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible from the U.S. It will be the first solar eclipse to cross from coast to coast in nearly a century.
According to the Washington Post, there will be 69 total solar eclipses visible from somewhere on Earth in the next 100 years, but only a few will be visible from North America.
What exactly is a solar eclipse?
A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon aligns between the Earth and the sun. This blocks out the light from the sun and causes a shadow to fall on the Earth’s surface. This creates darkness where ever the shadow falls. In a partial eclipse, the moon only partially blocks the sun, lessening the amount of impact.
While all of North America will be able to see the eclipse on Aug. 21, most of the continent will only see a partial eclipse.
This solar eclipse is a must see event, and you do not want to miss it
As we all know, the sun is the brightest thing in out solar system. So, why not outshine the sun when you tackle the day with our Solar Eclipse Necklace?
December STEM Star: Michelle Barboza-Ramirez
Meet out December Paleontology STEM Star, Michelle! Currently working on her MSc in paleontology, she is a grad stude...
November STEM Star: Annie Stephenson
Meet, Annie Stephenson our November Physics STEM Star! A current PhD Candidate in Applied Physics at Harvard Universi...
September's "Energy" STEM Star: Sheril Kirshenbaum
The month of September is in full swing! You know what that means! It is time to introduce this month's STEM Star! ...