The first week of school brings an exciting and highly anticipated phenomenon called a solar eclipse! This is a great chance to not only witness the moon block the sun as a unique view but more importantly allows scientists to study CMS (Coronal Mass Ejections) which have been difficult to study due to the brightness of the sun. The following article describes the phenomenon and how they hope to examine it using an array of tools. Also listed is the official Nasa website dedicated to the event.
Be sure to wear your protective glasses and enjoy the first total solar eclipse in 100 years!