Santa Ana Students Watch Eclipse With Glasses Donated by NASA and Google

Sure you may have watched the eclipse on Monday, but did you do it with glasses from NASA?

Students at Santa Ana Unified were able to view the solar eclipse Monday morning thanks to special glasses provided by NASA and Google.

About 10,000 students from 12 different campuses were able to view the eclipse on August 21.

"We haven't had a huge eclipse like this in almost 100 years and here in California it will not happen for another 40 years," said Steve Bayouk, assistant principal at Willard Intermediate School. "So it's an awesome opportunity for all of our Willard students to get involved."

You can view some of the pics of Santa Ana Unified students below.

If you have any photos of your students enjoying the eclipse, send them our way at feedback@calschoolnews.org and we’ll feature them in our upcoming issue.

Photos Courtesy of Santa Ana Unified School District.


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