I am a science freak! I love a lot to do with different branches of science but my fav is earth science – which, of course, makes some of my kids laugh.
Anyway, anything a parent or teacher can do to make science more interesting is good – the Perseid meteor showers, a once in a lifetime comet viewing or the upcoming lunar eclipse.
This Tuesday, August 28th, in the morning east coast US time, there will be a lunar eclipse. How much is viewable where I am in upstate NY will be hard to say as it starts about 5 am and goes into totality at 5:30 approximate. For those of you not sure, these are Eastern Daylight Times which I believe is -5 GMT.
In the US, the eclipse will be best seen on the west coast.