Undaunted by a cloudy forecast, the UW-Green Bay community gathered outdoors to witness and celebrate the total solar eclipse (Wisconsinites in the Northeast saw about 80%). With safety in mind, faculty, staff, students and Phoenix family members shared eclipse safety glasses and homemade pinhole projector boxes to observe the solar phenomena. We even heard there […]
University photographer/videographer Dan Moore (also a national parks artist) traveled to Grand Teton National Park to capture and record the total eclipse. He will posting about the experience post-eclipse (if his wi-fi holds up) on his National Parks Photography Facebook Page.
A reminder: Adam Novotny, program coordinator for the Office of Student Life, encourages you to watch the eclipse the right way this afternoon. “There is a wrong and right way to watch the solar eclipse next Monday! Stop by the Office of Student Life (UU 150) as we have some eclipse glasses you can borrow to watch […]
Will you be viewing the eclipse on campus? Social media coordinator Jena Richter Landers invites you to share photos of your viewing and the effects of the eclipse on campus (crescent-shaped light across campus, group shots of spectators in eclipse glasses, etc.) Send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or use #uwgbeclipse to share photos on Twitter and Instagram. To avoid eye and […]
Local residents may not get to see the sun’s corona, “Baily’s beads” or the “diamond ring” effect that occurs just before the moon completely blocks the sun, but UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor of Physics Brian Welsch said the 80 percent coverage will still produce some phenomenal phenomena. The Green Bay Press-Gazette spoke with Welsch last […]
Adam Novotny, program coordinator for the Office of Student Life, encourages you to watch the eclipse the right way on Monday. “There is a wrong and right way to watch the solar eclipse next Monday! Stop by the Office of Student Life (UU 150) as we have some eclipse glasses you can borrow to watch the […]
“The excitement keeps on building for a rare solar eclipse now just five days away and while you may be tempted to take pictures you will want to make sure you have the right gear,” WBAY reports in an interview with campus photographer Dan Moore. In Wisconsin we will only see the partial eclipse so […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Brian Welsch led “Oh, the Things You’ll See! A 30-minute Discussion of the Upcoming Eclipse,” Friday, Aug. 11 in the Christie Theatre. A total solar eclipse will be observable around midday Monday, August 21 along a path spanning the United States. While the path of totality will miss Wisconsin, the sun […]
Join UW-Green Bay faculty member Brian Welsch for “Oh, the Things You’ll See! A 30-minute Discussion of the Upcoming Eclipse,” from 12:30 to 1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 11 in the Christie Theatre, University Union. On Monday, August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will be observable around midday along a path spanning the United States. […]
National Parks photographer and UW-Green Bay photographer/videographer Dan Moore will be one of perhaps hundreds of thousands chasing an elusive photo of a 100% solar eclipse. Moore was interviewed on WBAY recently about his upcoming trip.