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Shawn Laatsch, Director of the Versant Power Astronomy Center at the University of Maine, Orono; Francis Tarasiewicz, Weather Observer/Education Specialist, Mount Washington Observatory On April 8th, 2024, portions of the United States, including Northern New England, will experience a total solar eclipse when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, completely blocking the Sun. This will be the only total solar eclipse in the northeastern United States until 2079. Join astronomer Shawn Laastch from the University of Maine and Weather Observer/Education Specialist Francis Tarasiewicz from Mount Washington Observatory to learn about the science of eclipses, how to safely view them, and crucially, what the weather forecast will likely be in your planned viewing location. Come with questions and help share in the excitement of this unforgettable event.

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