Southeastern students view eclipse
Monday, August 21, 2017
by: Rene Abadie
HAMMOND – Gerard Blanchard, right, professor of physics and head of the Southeastern Louisiana University Department of Chemistry and Physics, explains how a sunspotter telescope works to view the solar eclipse. Students observing are, from left, Matt Spano of Independence, Christopher Hudspeth of Ponchatoula, and Andrew Killebrew of Hammond. Students by the dozens gathered on campus to view the solar eclipse on Monday (Aug. 21) using special solar glasses and homemade pin-hole cameras.