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Norbert Vance & Jeffrey Wilson Prepare Telescopes To View Eclipse At EMU, May 10, 1994

Norbert Vance & Jeffrey Wilson Prepare Telescopes To View Eclipse At EMU, May 10, 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 10, 1994
Caption
Norbert Vance, left, director of the Eastern Michigan University Observatory, and Jeffrey Wilson, president of the EMU's Astronomy Club, set up telescopes today in preparation for the annular eclipse. The moon was to blot out all but a fraction of the sun's light today, at 1:09 p.m. locally.

Jim Dann Uses Pieces Of Glass To View The Solar Eclipse, May 10, 1994

Jim Dann Uses Pieces Of Glass To View The Solar Eclipse, May 10, 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1994
Caption
University of Michigan student Jim Dann uses two pieces of welder's glass to see the eclipse at Liberty Plaza in Ann Arbor. He borrowed the glass from a woman at the park.

Emily Hann Projects Solar Eclipse Through Hole In Paper, May 10, 1994

Emily Hann Projects Solar Eclipse Through Hole In Paper, May 10, 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1994
Caption
Mack Elementary School second-grader Emily Hann projects Tuesday's eclipse onto a piece of paper through a small hole in another paper.

Elizabeth Schwartz Helps Her Son, Nicholas, Look Through A Telescope To View The Solar Eclipse, May 10, 1994

Elizabeth Schwartz Helps Her Son, Nicholas, Look Through A Telescope To View The Solar Eclipse, May 10, 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1994
Caption
Elizabeth Schwartz lifts her 3-year-old son, Nicholas, up to a telescope to see the eclipse. John Causland, owner of Footprints shoe store at 322 E. Liberty St. in Ann Arbor, set up hist 11-inch telescope and offered free viewings.

Anthony Haven Shows How He Uses Paper To Observe Solar Eclipse, July 22, 1963

Anthony Haven Shows How He Uses Paper To Observe Solar Eclipse, July 22, 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 22, 1963
Caption
Observe Eclipse: Jim Haven of 2914 Packard Rd., (upper picture) is shown here with the traditional pin hole box thrust over his head to observe last Saturday's eclipse of the sun. His father, Anthony Haven (bottom picture) also observes the eclipse indirectly by using a piece of white paper and the filtering action of maple leaves.

Jim Haven Uses A Pin Hole Box To Observe Solar Eclipse, July 22, 1963

Jim Haven Uses A Pin Hole Box To Observe Solar Eclipse, July 22, 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 22, 1963
Caption
Observe Eclipse: Jim Haven of 2914 Packard Rd., (upper picture) is shown here with the traditional pin hole box thrust over his head to observe last Saturday's eclipse of the sun. His father, Anthony Haven (bottom picture) also observes the eclipse indirectly by using a piece of white paper and the filtering action of maple leaves.

Ann Arborites Plan Solar Research

Ann Arborites Plan Solar Research image
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17
Month
July
Year
1963
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