What will NASA be studying from Hopkinsville during the eclipse?

NASA engineer Joe Matus showed off his telescope to Hopkinsville visitors on the eve of the total solar eclipse. He will be looking at the H-alpha wavelength during totality.
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NASA engineer Joe Matus showed off his telescope to Hopkinsville visitors on the eve of the total solar eclipse. He will be looking at the H-alpha wavelength during totality.

Going to Hopkinsville to view eclipse? Bring water, snacks and check road conditions

August 20, 2017 07:52 PM