Get into the spirit of the upcoming eclipse with these videos

Man and woman on TV set
Episode 1 in the series focuses on eclipse safety.

Kellie Gauvin, professor of biology, made a series of short videos with Dan Schneiderman, eclipse partnerships coordinator for the Rochester Museum and Science Center, about various facets of the upcoming total solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, 2024.

The videos were recorded in the FLCC TV studio for broadcast on the Finger Lakes TV network: Spectrum cable channel 1304, Roku, 24/7 web stream at and the Cablecast app for Apple and Android.

Click here to watch the full series.

The videos are all under 10 minutes and great to watch with children.

Episode 1 deals with eclipse safety.

Episode 2 focuses on viewing methods besides eclipse glasses.

Episodes 3 and 4 are about the science of eclipses.

Episode 5 deals with how eclipses are regarded in history and culture.

Author: Lenore Friend

Lenore Friend is the director of public relations and communications at FLCC and the college's liaison with Finger Lakes TV. Contact her at (585) 785-1623 or

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