Generation Eclipse – #2: Solar and Lunar


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#2:  The word “eclipse” can be generic, and many don’t know the difference between an eclipse of the Sun and an eclipse of the Moon.  But the USA will get a crash course  on Monday, August 21, 2017 with the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in a century!  Today’s young generation of Americans — GENERATION ECLIPSE — will become experts after they see FIVE total solar eclipses over the USA in the next 35 years!

Generation Eclipse is an educational comic strip feature by Jay Ryan, in the style of his SkyWise astronomy comic strip. Everyone is encouraged to share this strip in its original, unmodified form on their website and in social media, to help promote the eclipse.

ATTENTION TEACHERS AND EDITORS!!! Permission is granted for use of Generation Eclipse in classrooms and non-profit publications, such as astronomy and planetarium newsletters. Please contact us directly if you would like a 300 dpi file that can be reproduced as a half-page, 5.5″ x 8.5″ image.

FOR-SALE PUBLICATIONS – Please contact us directly for special permission to reproduce in any magazines, newspapers or other for-sale publications. This strip is not to be reproduced in any for-sale publications without special permission.

For more information on eclipses, check out our ebook series ECLIPSES ILLUSTRATED.

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