Georgia Tech to host on-campus viewing; among other events for solar eclipse

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By now, you should be aware that of the coast-to-coast total solar eclipse happening next Monday, and Atlanta will experience 97 percent totality. If you aren't aware, then you're obviously Captain America and you've just been thawed out of that ice you were trapped in for the past 70 years. Georgia Tech is certainly aware, and this story by reporter Carl Willis of WSB-TV does a good job of covering what we have planned. Included in the interviews are College of Sciences Dean and Sutherland Chair Paul Goldbart, and Tech astronomer James Sowell, School of Physics senior academic professional and director of the Georgia Tech Observatory

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College of Sciences, School of Physics, Georgia Tech Observatory, Dean Paul Goldbart, James Sowell, solar eclipse, total solar eclipse
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  • Created On: Aug 18, 2017 - 11:52am
  • Last Updated: Aug 18, 2017 - 1:38pm