This material is based upon work supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration under Grant No.NNX16AB96A issued through the Science Education Mission Directorate.Total solar eclipses happen when the moon crosses between the sun and Earth, but Earth doesn't experience a total solar eclipse every month.Exploratorium Senior Scientist Paul Doherty explains why not.With 9 cameras set up at Alaska’s Brooks Camp, watch brown bears fight for prime spots to feast on the largest sockeye salmon run in the world, follow along as male bears woo females and see mama bears with babies in tow. In the meantime, you can always rewatch the best of #Bear Cam. We can’t think of anything that could top watching these cute miniature penguin look-alikes.
A través de demostraciones, ellas muestran cómo la luna, el sol y la Tierra se alinean para crear la coincidencia cósmica que llamamos un eclipse total de sol.People not in the path experienced a partial eclipse.For those who couldn't make it to the path, the Exploratorium, along with our NASA partners, filmed the event from two different locations and shared it with the world by live stream.Thanks to a partnership between and the National Audubon Society, the Puffin Cam has three unique live cameras -- including the burrow cam that shares views from a puffin nest and the chance to see a chick (can you say, adorable fluffy baby puffins? Even though puffins only nest from April to August, the Puffin Cam shares highlights the rest of the year, making it perfect for a midday break from work.For more great wildlife stories sent directly to your inbox, sign up for emails from Interior.