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Wyoming and the Solar Eclipse 2017  

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Get Ready for Eclipse 2017. Use resources in to locate information on eclipses, including images and video. Check out the webinar.



  • Britannica Public
    You'll find great articles, images and video in all levels of Britannica Public: children, young adult and reference.
  • Kid InfoBits
    Search solar eclipse to find magazine articles and activities for grades K-5.
  • Novelist
    Check out the non fictions titles:
    Eclipse: Journeys to the Dark Side of the Moon by Frank Close
    Eclipses by Nick Hunter
    American Eclipse by David Baron
  • ProQuest Science and Technology
    Search: Solar Eclipse 2017
  • Science In Context
    Search eclipse to find an experiment, articles, reference items, images
  • SIRS Discoverer
    Basic information about eclipses.
  • Wyoming Newspapers
    Historical newspapers recounting the eclipse in 1918
  • Zinio
    Check out the August 2017 issue of Astronomy

What's happening around the state

Map indicating libraries in Wyoming with events.  From Starnet

  • Solar Eclipse-WY Tourism
    Eclipse road trips, places to view. FAQ
  • Eclipse Events @ Your Library (Campbell County)
    Eclipse Wilderness Survival Skills •July 13, July 20
    Albert Einstein • August 2
    Book Discussions • August 15
    Paul Bogard, One Book One Community Author • August 18 and 19
  • Laramie County Library System
    Aug. 21 Eclipse Block Party
    We’ll have activities, food trucks, face painting, balloon tying, and special viewing glasses available. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, water, family, and friends for the event of a lifetime.

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