Tupper Lake, NY is in the heart of totality for the April 8, Total Solar Eclipse with a whopping 3 minutes and 35 seconds of totality. It is “Eclipse Central” for those wanting to experience a festival-like environment before, during, and after the eclipse.
The Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory has numerous family-oriented activities planned, and has partnered with the entire community to provide a fun, informative, engaging, and safe experience for all visitors. A 36’ mega-screen will provide numerous multimedia experiences throughout the weekend. Music, food, and entertainment will be provided for this once-in-a-lifetime celestial event.
Below are just some of the activities and events currently being planned by the Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory. Check back for updates and additions to the schedule as other organizations' plans are made. Modification of the overall schedule may occur as more events are finalized.
1:00 p.m. (Demonstration) Measuring the Effects of an Eclipse on the Ionosphere
During the Eclipse:
36’ Screen broadcast of NASA’s live stream as the eclipse passes through Kerrville, Texas; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Cleveland, Ohio on its way to Tupper Lake. (The Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory is being considered as a 4th site for NASA’s live stream broadcast.)