Citizen scientists contributed over 80,000 air temperature measurements and nearly 20,000 clouds observations during the 2017 solar eclipse. While the Total Eclipse tool is not currently active in the GLOBE Observer app, you can still analyze eclipse data with your participants or start preparing for an upcoming solar eclipse.
Analyze Eclipse Data
Did your museum or library host a big event for the 2017 eclipse? Invite your participants back to take a look at the observations collected by citizen scientists. Learn more about accessing and analyzing eclipse data here.
Check back for more resources before upcoming eclipses.
July 2, 2019 - South America
December 14, 2020 - South America
April 8, 2024 - North America