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Astronomy News: All About the Lunar Eclipses (NEXT ECLIPSE: NOV 8)

Learner will study the different astronomical variables leading to the November 8th, lunar eclipse, what exactly creates this phenomenon, when to look for it, and receive/work with materials created to solidify this new knowledge.
Breezy Ocaña Flaquer, PhD
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To understand what a Lunar Eclipse is.
Ph. D. in Astrophysics - Astrophysics/Astronomy Communicator/Educator/Adjunct at the San Diego University volunteering on a number of community projects that promote a mindful STEAM curriculum.  I also homeschool my three children, and I am personally active internationally offering workshops to both children, adults and teachers.
Learners are encouraged to create the Earth-Moon scale model to simulate  the eclipse. 
The materials are optional, but I highly recommend they create their own scale model after class: - 1 ball 4cm in diameter (1.6 in) - 1 ball 1cm in diameter (0.4 in) - 1 stick of 120 cm in length (47 in) More details will be given in the classroom after enrollment.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
If the students make the Earth-Moon model, they might need the support of a grown up.


Breezy Ocaña Flaquer, PhD
Lives in the United States
Astrophysicist - Astronomy Communicator/Educator. I am an Astrophysicist with a passion for education. I am also a certified Yoga teacher, and a certified kids yoga teacher. I love combining the world of science with the world of self discovery. Therefore, I love allowing students to arrive to the conclusions themselves as much as possible, because this is where true learning and understanding happens.
28 total reviews
43 completed classes

About Me

I am an adjunct professor at San Diego State University and I teach  Astronomy/Astrophysics courses. This is my passion and life long carrier (I hold a PhD in Astrophysics). It is what I know best, but it is also related or relatable to any other... 
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