My Tech Thursday feature article today, “Stations Prepare For Total Solar Eclipse,” looks at the efforts of many stations and station groups across the country to prepare for the Aug. 21 celestial event.
In the course of reporting, I came across some links to information that stations might find helpful as they finalize their coverage strategies.
If you have others that you have found helpful and wish to share them, email your links to me and I will update this blog.
Photojournalist Dave Henry and Explorer of Light Ken Sklute are teaming up to write a blog for Canon, called “A Total Guide to Totality,” which can be found at http://usa.canon.com/eclipse.
Everything needed for eclipse background prep, including science, safety and activities across the country can be found at: https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/.
Streaming site where NASA’s national broadcast Aug. 21 will be available along with live interactive streams and Spanish-language content. There are also media resources available from this site right now, including downloadable HD video of the Scientific Visualization Studio at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. https://www.nasa.gov/eclipselive.