When a solar eclipse sweeps across North America on April 8, viewers will see >90% of the sun covered here in Easton. However, this amazing event will not be not safe to look at without eye protection. 

Pick up eclipse glasses 10 a.m. to. 2 p.m. in Farinon, Fri., April 5, and Mon., April 8 (One per Lafayette ID, while supplies last). 

Come to the Quad from 2-4 p.m. April 8, for safe solar viewing with the PHYS 108 Astronomy class, Lafayette Astronomy Club, and the Physics Department. All members of the campus community are welcome, and there will be plenty of safe ways to view the eclipse even without glasses.

See the Physics Department Eclipse page for more info! And more on safe solar viewing from NASA.

Submitted by: Stephanie Douglas