Solar Eclipse Activities in Libraries (SEAL)

The state library is once again partnering with Solar Eclipse Activities for Libraries (SEAL) to help Kansas libraries engage their patrons in solar science programming and activities. We’ll be sending out one solar science kit to each library system. These kits contain everything your library needs to present programming on solar science.

  1. Start Here
  2. Kits
  3. Workshop
  4. Promotional Resources

Explore these links to find out more about Solar Eclipse Activities in Libraries (SEAL) and why you should consider participating: 

About Solar Eclipse Activities in Libraries (SEAL): Learn about SEAL's funding and find links to support materials on this page of their website.

Getting Started with SEAL: A list of links and resources relevant to the Solar Eclipse Activities for Libraries project.

Request Eclipse Glasses for Your Library: To register, you must:

  • Be a public library in the U.S., D.C., or in a territory or protectorate
  • Agree to distribute glasses for free at eclipse events
  • Provide a signed letter from your library director agreeing to the above

General info about the 2023 and 2024 eclipses, including what will be visible to us in Kansas

Solar Eclipse Handbook: A Guide for Public Libraries and Their Communities

Solar Science Media List: A list of songs and videos related to solar science