Melissa and I will be observing the solar eclipse from Corvallis. Thanks to the Corvallis Sheriff’s department we found a new location to camp, avoiding to relocate on the day of the event, allowing us also to avoid traffic and early morning stress! Big thanks goes to all my friends that helped out.
While browsing through Youtube, I stumbled on a video by the College of Arts, Letters and Sciences in regards to observing the solar eclipse. Very useful info and insight on how solar eclipse works in general.
View more useful links down at the bottom on how to photograph or record the eclipse event at different stages during its progression as well as last minute camping and reservation info.
- Solar Eclipse in Corvallis
- Oregon State Parks
- Oregon Live – 20 last minute places for the solar eclipse
- Space.com – How to photograph the solar eclipse
- B&H – How to photograph solar eclipse
It’s settled now. We’ve booked ourselves for Oregon and will be camping the weekend prior the American Solar Eclipse. We’ll be meeting up my old astronomy friends from Tycho Brahe Astronomy Society in Lund, Sweden as well!
Long time I’ve been wishing to share live stream with a fairly good quality on several of the events I’ve been attending, sharing my experiences to friends who are either unable to attend, or due to time differences are unable to watch. So on the 21st of August, I’m going to stream live here and on my Facebook profile. It will be set to public so anyone who wishes can watch.
I’ll do my best to answer on comments while the live streaming is going on. If I miss any question please keep repeating it until my eyes catch it.
The stuff I’ve got now recently are, cell phone adapter for live streaming purposes that will be attached to one of my telescopes, Solar Finder and lots of souvenir paper glasses with sun filter aimed for solar eclipses.