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Eclipses: Through the Eyes of NASA

  • September 19, 2023
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Zoom

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PD WEBINAR SERIES, September 19, 2023, 6:00 pm CT

Eclipses: Through the Eyes of NASA

with Mitzi Adams

Solar Eclipses Coming Up! Annular Eclipse on October 14, 2023 and Total Eclipse on April 8, 2024. This webinar will describe the different types of solar eclipses, how to safely view them, and where you need to be in October and April. In addition, she will share opportunities to connect with NASA missions and citizen science and NASA’s plans for both the Annular Eclipse in October and the Total Eclipse in April.

Meet Mitzi Adams:

Mitzi is the Assistant Manager of the Heliophysics and Planetary ScienceBranch.  Mitzi Adams joined the NASA workforce in March, 1988 as a graduate co-op student and was made a permanent employee in January 1991, upon completion of the Master’s Degree. Ms. Adams primary research work until approximately 2006 involved the use of ground-based data from MSFC’s solar vector magnetograph. With the launch of Hinode in 2006, Ms. Adams switched the research emphasis to data acquired in space and she continues to use data from the Solar Dynamics Observatory, launched in 2010. In addition to the research work, Ms. Adams supported Dr. John Davis with analysis from testing of the Solar X-ray Imager, built and tested at MSFC and launched in 2001 on the GOES-12 spacecraft, and she has supported and written webpages for the office.

Zoom link to attend is below.  You must attend to receive a PD certificate.  Make sure your zoom account shows your name.

Zoom link: Sep 19, 2023 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Meeting ID 828 0044 1797. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82800441797?pwd=VzcvQ0YxZlhFd0g4Nk5iK3U5VDNIUT09

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