Eclipse Day at NC State drew thousands of people to the Brickyard for an afternoon of skygazing on August 21. It was a fun way to watch the spectacular celestial event and showcased the former Harrelson Hall site that will be the centerpiece of the Imagination Corridor.
The college provided several safe ways to view the eclipse, such as free eclipse glasses, a telescope with solar filter, a pinhole camera creation station and livestreams from the path of totality. There was also a weather balloon launch. Check out our photos.
This post was originally published in College of Sciences News.