In March 2016 the city of Palu gave an incredible welcome to people from across the world for the Indonesian total solar eclipse. Following last Friday’s earthquake and tsunami in Palu, The New York Times has published some guidance on how to help those affected.
- Citizen scientists spot meteorite strike during lunar eclipse
- The moon, the earth’s shadow, and some clouds…
- The fascinating rhythm of the sun and the moon
- Getting ready for three Japanese eclipses in the next 18 months…
- Astronomy beyond sight
- The complicated relationship between science and sci-fi
- How to help people in Palu, Indonesia
- On awareness and understanding of different cultures
- Sublime eclipse images on timeanddate.com
- What can lunar eclipses do for science?