August 21, 2017, there will be a total eclipse of the Sun visible across a long, narrow strip of the US. AU will be leading a trip to Missouri to see it. The next eclipse visible in the US will be in 2024.
There are two ways you can be part of this trip:
1. ASTR 200- Eclipse 2017 is an A block, intro-level course for 2 credit hours that begins with the eclipse. It carries lab credit. (F-I, F1) Students registered for that course will have a big part of the expense for the trip subsidized by the University. (we estimate your cost at under $200).
2. Alums, faculty, students and friends of the University can attend as "full-pays", with an estimated cost of about $500. Less if we fill the bus.
For more information contact Dave Toot firstname.lastname@example.org
or see Stull Observatory at Alfred University Facebook page
Link: Stull Observatory-at-Alfred University
Attachment: Eclipse 2017