While most people's jobs require that they look down or forward, this Tiger looks up. In fact, she's been looking up for the past two years to study this week's total solar eclipse, which grabbed the attention of a nation - and the world.
Even the legendary grandiloquence of a proud Leghorn rooster may take a pause -- albeit a brief one -- before the power of a total solar eclipse.
Here's what you need to know to see the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse at Clemson University's “Eclipse Over Clemson” viewing party.
CLEMSON, South Carolina – Half a dozen graduate students from Clemson University’s department of art will be at “Eclipse Over Clemson” on Monday to demonstrate painting, drawing, printmaking and ceramics during the total solar eclipse. The artists will be happy to interact with passersby and media. The eclipse will begin here at 1:07 p.m. and […]
Organizers of Monday's “Eclipse Over Clemson” viewing event have planned a variety of family-friendly and educational activities.
Clemson University wants to ensure that the solar glasses you plan to wear on eclipse day are safe for solar-viewing.
Researchers will be at Clemson University Monday to find out how the solar eclipse might interfere with GPS capabilities.
Clemson-educated astrophysicist William “Tom” Bridgman will give a public lecture titled “The Cosmos in Your Pocket” at 7 p.m. Sunday in Brackett Hall 100 on the campus of Clemson University.
Clemson University researchers say the public can help collect scientific information about the effect of Monday's eclipse on plants for future generations.
The best view of the Eclipse Over Clemson just might be from the stratosphere, 110,000 feet above campus, where two weather balloons from the University of Maine will float overhead and livestream the eclipse back to Earth.
CLEMSON, South Carolina – Clemson University scientist Donald Liebenberg has personally witnessed and researched 26 total solar eclipses over the past 60-plus years. Liebenberg, who has been an adjunct professor in the College of Science’s department of physics and astronomy since 1996, has travelled literally all over the world to enter the path of totality […]
Clemson University professor Donald Liebenberg is making rounds with national media, talking about his many adventures studying total solar eclipses.
Clemson University psychology professor Cynthia Pury is leading a nationwide study that will track the public's response to the Aug. 21 eclipse.
Free parking will be available in a number of locations on Monday, Aug. 21, for visitors coming to Clemson University to participate in the "Eclipse Over Clemson" activities.
CLEMSON, South Carolina – Clemson University scientist Donald Liebenberg has personally witnessed and researched 26 total solar eclipses over the past 60-plus years. Liebenberg, who has been an adjunct professor in the College of Science’s department of physics and astronomy since 1996, has literally travelled all over the world to enter the path of totality […]