View of the United States during the total solar eclipse in Aug. 21, 2017. Credits: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

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GET READY for August 21st - Total Solar Eclipse Resources

On August 21, 2017, a rare total solar eclipse will sweep the nation from Oregon to South Carolina and our state will serve as the exit state for this natural phenomenon.

To find out the exact time of the start and end of the eclipse and totality for your area and more, use this resource!

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    06/19/2017

    SC educators will retain access to FREE resources in Knowitall.org “StreamlineSC Collection” and national content in South Carolina’s PBS LearningMedia. Even though the Learn360 content base provided for the last few years in ETV’s StreamlineSC will be ending August 1, 2017 due to funding decreases and new services for the 2017-18 school year, SC Teachers will continue to have access to free multimedia!

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    06/15/2017

    Knowitall has Collections that are perfect for Summertime! Take a nice, cool Dive in…to Knowitall, explore Smart is Fun and find resources to safely enjoy the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse. In preparation for Ken Burns’ The Vietnam War coming Sept. 17, learn about our Wars & Conflicts, organized by era.

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    View of the United States during the total solar eclipse in Aug. 21, 2017. Credits: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

    05/28/2017

    For the first time in nearly 100 years, on August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will sweep across the entire United States, from Oregon to South Carolina, and our state will serve as the exit state for this natural phenomenon. A total solar eclipse is when the Sun is covered entirely by the Moon, the sky deeply darkens, the temperature cools, and the Sun’s corona becomes visible. To find out the exact time of the start and end of the eclipse and totality for your specific area, use the following interactive map provided by NASA.