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Lunar and Solar Eclipses Discussion Page

Page history last edited by K. Zaleta 14 years, 2 months ago

Use this page to identify something you learned about lunar and solar eclipses through your investigations.  In addition, please comment on at least one other student's post. 

 

Guidelines for posting:

  • Introduce yourself - First Name + Last Initial (ie: Maria C.)
  • You may comment on anything you learned about lunar and solar eclipses from any of the activities in which you participated.
  • Keep in mind whatever you type can and will be read by your teacher! Keep it clean and on topic.http://www.schwimmerlegal.com/smiley.jpg

 

Guidelines for commenting:

  • The comment should further expand on what that student posted.
  • Ask a question for clarification of what that student posted.
  • You may disagree with what that student stated and state what you believe to be a correct statement.
  • Keep in mind whatever you type can and will be read by your teacher! Keep it clean and on topic.http://www.schwimmerlegal.com/smiley.jpg

Comments (1)

K. Zaleta said

at 8:51 pm on Apr 28, 2010

My name is Marina D.
I learned that you can look at a lunar eclipse but not at a solar eclipse because it is so bright it will burn your retinas.

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