JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) – Last Friday, on News Channel 11 our Storm Team interviewed East Tennessee State University professor of Astronomy and Physics Donald G. Luttermoser. Meteorologist, Jeremy Eisenzopf, conducted a live Facebook chat with Professor Luttermoser.
For a recap, watch the video stream below:
Recently, Storm Team 11 meteorologists Mark Reynolds and Victoria Cavaliere hosted a Facebook Live Chat at Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium. They discussed with a local astronomer what you should expect to see or experience when the solar eclipse happens in our area.
If you are reading this on a mobile device, click here to find a recap of the live chat. For more information about Bays Mountain and events at the planetarium discussing the solar eclipse, check out http://baysmountain.com.
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