With the Great American Eclipse of 2017 fast approaching, many planetariums are looking for content elements to use in local programming about eclipses. Rice University, supported by a grant from NASA’s Heliophysics Education Consortium, has developed a collection of fulldome eclipse visualizations from a variety of perspectives which can help audiences better understand the spatial relationship between the Sun, the Moon, and the Earth during a solar eclipse.

Here’s a sample:

 

For the convenience of SciDome users, Spitz has rendered these visualizations into the proper media formats and codecs for SciDome systems. To access these clips, contact Chris Seale at cseale@spitzinc.com for download information — we need to collect your information first so we can pass it on to Rice for their grant reporting purposes.

Chris Seale

Chris Seale

Marketing Manager at Spitz, Inc.
Chris entered the planetarium and museum field in 1992 at Pacific Science Center in Seattle. His planetarium career took him to theaters in Ohio, Virginia, Indiana, and Oregon, before joining Spitz in 2013.
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