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Solar Eclipse Double-Header

A Rare Celestial Treat in October 2023 and April 2024 - A Learning Adventure for All

The universe has always fascinated us with its celestial events, and solar eclipses hold a special place among these captivating spectacles. In the upcoming years, we have a rare treat – not one, but two solar eclipses in what is known as a “Double Header.” Let’s explore these upcoming double solar eclipses set to grace our skies in October 2023 and April 2024, offering an extraordinary learning opportunity for teachers and students alike.

The Double Header Solar Eclipses

Imagine the wonder of experiencing two solar eclipses in a relatively short timeframe – that’s what a “Double Header” solar eclipse offers. In the coming years, we will have the chance to witness this incredible phenomenon twice – first in October 2023 and then in April 2024.

October 14, 2023

The curtain rises on our celestial show, with the first eclipse scheduled for October 14, 2023. This eclipse will be visible from parts of North America, South America, and Europe. For those lucky enough to be in the path of totality, the Moon’s complete coverage of the Sun will create a breathtaking spectacle, casting an eerie twilight and revealing the Sun’s delicate corona.

April 8, 2024

Just a few months later, on April 8, 2024, the celestial stage will once again be set for the second solar eclipse of our double-header. This time, the eclipse will grace the skies of North America, sweeping from Mexico to the northeastern United States and Canada. As the Moon’s shadow gracefully moves across the continent, it will offer a rare and unforgettable experience for all those who have the privilege to witness it.

Sun-Moon-You: TK-12 Educator Workshop
September 28, 2023
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Sonora Elementary School
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Eclipse Resources

Information Sheet

By Astronomers/ Educators Dennis Schatz & Andrew Fraknoi

Eclipse Activities for Educators

A Guide by Andrew Fraknoi

Tuolumne County Public Library Solar STEM Activities

For Ages 6-12


NASA Solar Eclipse Educational Resources

To help learners of all ages understand how to safely observe the Oct. 14, 2023, annular solar eclipse and the April 8, 2024, total solar eclipse, NASA has released a new set of resources for educators.

Important information regarding the misconceptions of Eclipse watching. Let us help you connect your students with this wonderful event within our Solar System. Watch the Eclipse safely and remember this event for the rest of your life.

Exploratorium Solar Eclipse 2023-2024 Information & Live Stream

Immerse yourself in the eclipse experience. 

Navajo Knowledge of the Cosmos

For generations, Navajo (Diné) people have studied the sky and passed down their stories, including an understanding of eclipses as a time of contemplation and renewal.