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Bullitt East High School Project Lead The Way Total Eclipse Viewing Experience
Totality! Totality! Almost at totality. More of the eclipse as the moon slowly covers the sun. During the eclipse. Darkness covers the landscape during the total solar eclipse. During the eclipse. Many telescopes were lined up for the eclipse. During the eclipse. The beginning of the eclipse as seen in a reflection through a telescope. During the eclipse. Maddie Back's photo of the eclipse at totality. Maddie Back with her telescope during the eclipse. PLTW teacher Darrell Vincent took students to Hopkinsville, KY where they witnessed a 100% eclipse. PLTW teacher Darrell Vincent confers with students before the eclipse. Setting up telescopes. Students used computers to research data prior to telescope construction. Students worked together to construct their telescopes. A variety of materials was used to build the telescopes. Bullitt East was the site of telescope construction by Project Lead The Way students to safely view the total solar eclipse. Bullitt East High School Project Lead The Way students construct telescopes in lieu of the total solar eclipse.