Perfect for non-eyeglass wearers, these safe solar wrap-around viewers are perfect for daytime viewing of the sun and searching for sunspots. Features extra wide temples and shield above the nose bridge eliminating most ambient light leaks and putting you in a truly dark viewing environment.
When the Sun Goes Dark
Perfect for engaging children and young astronomers in solar and lunar eclipses, this illustrated book tells a story of how two curious children and their grandparents re-create eclipses in their living room using everyday items such as a lamp, a tennis ball, two Hula Hoops, and table tennis balls.
Solar Snap - The Eclipse App
The safe and innovative way to easily photograph an eclipse with your phone!
Safe Solar Viewers (Set of 10)
We've updated our Safe Solar Glasses for the upcoming eclipses as well as including safety viewing instructions on the back in Spanish. A QR code on the backside will give you links to materials other Eclipse related information from the ASP.
Solar Science: Exploring Sunspots, Seasons, Eclipses, and More
Just in time for the upcoming Solar Eclipses, this NSTA Press Book, Solar Science is the perfect book for middle school teachers, informal science educators, youth group and after school leaders. It provides stand-alone topics and activities that cover topics such as sun tracking, reasons for the seasons, space weather, discovering the sun spot cycle, and much more.
1 Yardstick Eclipse Activity Kit (set of 5 activities)
Why do solar or lunar eclipses happen? Our most sought after activity is created by the ASP and available in a grab-and-go portable version for use in both formal and informal settings to help us answer this common question and more. Packaged in two sizes: set of 5 or set of 100. Order both below. Perfect for group settings.
Totality! An Eclipse Guide in Rhyme and Science
Are you ready for the 2023 and 2024 North American solar eclipses? Totality! An Eclipse Guide in Rhyme and Science features a unique combination of rhyme (and science that makes it suitable for readers of all ages, as well as parents and teachers. The engaging rhyme, with a couplet on each page, has been pedagogically constructed to serve as a mnemonic device for the underlying science, which is further explained through beautiful illustrations and “Big Kid Box” sidebars.
Lunt 8x32 SUNoculars
Safely view and study sunspot activity, magnetic storms, eclipses, and planetary transits, with this larger size, safe viewer from Lunt, the premier manufacturer of solar telescopes and filters. If you know someone who loves to observe the Sun, this larger size makes a great viewer for safely observing daytime astronomy all year round!
Lunt 6x30 Mini SUNoculars - Yellow
Ultra-compact for safe solar viewing, these popular mini- Lunt SUNoculars will allow everyone to view all phases of the upcoming Solar Eclipses and safe solar viewing of sunspots.
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Sunspotter Solar Telescope
The most popular safe solar telescope. Solar viewing is a great activity for amateur astronomers and school kids. Now it's safe and practical. Observers or students in a small group can view and track sunspots across the Sun. A beautiful, fascinating, and durable astronomical tool that everyone will enjoy. Shipping is included in price. See shipping exceptions and Staff Pick Review below.
Vol. 516 – Celebrating the 2017 Great American Eclipse: Lessons Learned from the Path of Totality
Your purchase of this volume includes a printed copy and electronic access. With your purchase of this title online, you will receive email instructions on how to access the e-Book version. If you wish to use our printable order form and mail or fax it to us, you will need to include your email address on this form in order to receive electronic access to the purchased volume(s).
Safe Solar Viewers - Folding/Best for eye-glass wearers
Perfect for safe daytime solar viewing and searching for sun spots, our plastic glasses feature high quality and protective optics and are CE certified. Enjoy the ease of wearing these over prescription glasses, and store them in the micro fiber pouch for safe future eclipses or sunspot viewing.