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Help NASA Capture the Sounds of a Total Solar Eclipse!

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In April 2024, volunteers can join the Eclipse Soundscapes project to help NASA scientists better understand how wildlife is impacted by solar eclipses. Volunteers will gather sound recordings, make observations using any of their senses, and even help with data analysis from across the path of the eclipse. This video features interviews from Eclipse Soundscapes experts MaryKay Severino, Dr. William “Trae” Winter III, and Dr. William Oestreich, and highlights natural resource manager Dr. Chace Holzhueser at Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, who will be conducting a similar study for the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.

Visit https://science.nasa.gov/eclipses/citizen-science/ to learn more!

Music credit: "Synthesis" by Andy Blythe [PRS] and Marten Joustra [PRS] from Universal Production Music.

Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
Producer: Lacey Young (NASA/GSFC)
Editor: Lacey Young (NASA/GSFC)

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