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Next solar eclipse in Nebraska

Next solar eclipse in Nebraska

When will the next solar eclipse be visible in Nebraska?

Well, Nebraska isn't in the path of a total eclipse tomorrow, but that's not stopping some of Nebraska's young researchers. Thank you for joining us. I'm Rob McCartney. I'm Julie Cornell. There are teams of Nebraska students in southern Illinois and southeastern Missouri preparing for this eclipse. And that's what they do. This is what they do. research. They're releasing balloons. Up in the air, KETV NEWSWATCH SEVEN's Jessica Perez shares some of the things these students hope to learn. Jessica, there are 53 engineering teams across the country participating in the nationwide eclipse balloon project. It is a NASA-like activity that aims to collect data through scientific balloons. The students loaded their equipment in preparation for the eight-hour drive to Carbondale, Illinois, looking to conduct balloon research. I would like to thank God for taking me here. They did not believe in us, but God believed. UNL Freshman Luke DOTY will be able to witness the total eclipse firsthand and learn from the phenomenon on all of our high-altitude balloons, the weather balloons we launch into the stratosphere. They get up about 100,000 feet in the air, and we always have tracking equipment on them. We have sensors that measure temperature, pressure, humidity and weather conditions, which are duties of the tracking team, which will be set up at Southern Illinois University to search for deflated balloons. Another team will launch three of them near Perryville, Missouri. There is one balloon they will be looking for that will measure how ultraviolet radiation changes during the different phases of the eclipse. The second part will be creating a fun art project. The box contains balloons filled with paint and a set of paintings inside. As the balloon rises, the pressure will change and make the balloons expand and they will explode and create a beautiful picture. Professor Karen Stelling says this trip is an incredible opportunity. We are really excited that students have the opportunity to learn. We're excited because we're actually collecting data that NASA cares about. Doughty is just hoping the weather is on his side. We hope it's not cloudy. I would like to see the total eclipse with my own eyes. But even if not, the balloons will rise. They have cameras and we will see them from above the clouds. The students will broadcast their launch on YouTube. If you want to watch it tomorrow, it will be live at 12:30 PM, and you can find the link at the bottom of this story on KETV DOT COM.

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When will the next solar eclipse be visible in Nebraska?


Did you miss Monday's solar eclipse in Nebraska? You'll have a few more chances to see this spectacle in the next couple of decades. However, it will only be partial views and not a total eclipse of Nebraska. November 26, 2028: Annular solar eclipse in South America. August 14, 2031: Hybrid solar eclipse in Central America March 30, 2033: Total solar eclipse in Russia and the United States June 21, 2039: Annular solar eclipse in the United States, Canada, and Europe. August 22, 2044: Total solar eclipse in Canada and the United States. November 12, 2045: Total solar eclipse in the United States and South America: Watch: KETV meteorologist Caitlin Harvey explains what happens during a solar eclipse. This event occurs when the Moon lies between the Earth and the Sun, casting a shadow on the Earth. A solar eclipse usually occurs. Twice a year during the new moon phase when the moon is properly positioned for a solar eclipse. Click here to get the latest headlines from KETV NewsWatch 7

Did you miss Monday's solar eclipse in Nebraska? You'll have a few more chances to see the spectacle in the next couple of decades.

However, it will only be partial views and not a total eclipse of Nebraska.

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WATCH: KETV meteorologist Caitlin Harvey explains what happens during a solar eclipse

This event occurs when the moon lies between the Earth and the sun, and casts its shadow on the Earth.

Solar eclipses usually occur twice a year during the new moon phase when the moon is properly positioned for the solar eclipse.

Click here to get the latest headlines from KETV NewsWatch 7