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  • Eclipse 101: Straight from a Boise State professor to you

    Brian Jackson, a professor in Boise State's physics department talks about the total solar eclipse, the rare celestial event that will happen Aug. 21, 2017, casting the entire middle of Idaho, including the Treasure Valley, in deep shadow in the middle of a summer morning.

Eclipse 101: Straight from a Boise State professor to you

Brian Jackson, a professor in Boise State's physics department talks about the total solar eclipse, the rare celestial event that will happen Aug. 21, 2017, casting the entire middle of Idaho, including the Treasure Valley, in deep shadow in the middle of a summer morning.
Darin Oswald, Anna Webb