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Join Edelman Planetarium as they stream live video from telescopes in their observatory straight to your living room.

Each month, weather permitting, they will set up a few telescopes on their observing deck and share views of planets, stars, and more via Facebook and YouTube Live.

They’re taking their telescopes on the road to witness a spectacular partial solar eclipse at sunrise on June 10. The eclipse will already be in progress as the Sun rises at 5:30 am. By 6:30 am, the eclipse will be over. So set your alarm to watch as the Moon covers 78% of the Sun’s surface.

They will stream views of the eclipse from their solar telescopes from a remote location. Planning to watch it on your own? Make sure you have your eclipse glasses or a pinhole projector to view it safely and find an unobstructed view of the sunrise. The Sun’s bright light can permanently damage your eyes, so bring proper protection!

Please note that our Cabin Fever Astronomy: Live events are weather-dependent. In the event of clouds, high winds, or rain, the stream will be canceled.


201 Mullica Hill Road Glassboro, New Jersey