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  • The eclipse 'looks like Pac-Man'

    Sixth-grade students at Salem Middle School in Apex, NC, took advantage of the rare solar eclipse and went outside to to watch the skies darken and the temperatures drop during the first total eclipse in the U.S. in decades. Teachers at the year-round school had been planning lessons for the eclipse for months.

Sixth-grade students at Salem Middle School in Apex, NC, took advantage of the rare solar eclipse and went outside to to watch the skies darken and the temperatures drop during the first total eclipse in the U.S. in decades. Teachers at the year-round school had been planning lessons for the eclipse for months. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
Sixth-grade students at Salem Middle School in Apex, NC, took advantage of the rare solar eclipse and went outside to to watch the skies darken and the temperatures drop during the first total eclipse in the U.S. in decades. Teachers at the year-round school had been planning lessons for the eclipse for months. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

Solar eclipse a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ learning experience for students

August 21, 2017 2:57 PM