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You can help NASA out during this summer’s solar eclipse

A major solar eclipse will be taking place on August 21, and NASA needs your help when it comes to collecting data. 
The GLOBE program, an educational initiative supported by NASA, has launched an app to encourage those along the path of the solar eclipse to help contribute their findings. With just a little bit of effort, you can participate in an actual scientific study.
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The solar eclipse will be seen across continental United States, and during August’s eclipse NASA is intent on gathering information from folks across the country regarding how drastically temperatures will shift.  Read more…More about Nasa, Solar Eclipse, Science, Web Culture, and Climate Environment

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