Solar Week at Haleakala National Park is a great way to spend some time in the sun.

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Join us in celebrating Solar Week in Haleakala National Park! Visit the “House of the Sun” from Sunday, March 20 to Saturday, March 26, 2022, to learn about our closest star and study daylight astronomy. Solar Week, in collaboration with the National Science Foundation’s National Solar Observatory, will offer a range of chances for visitors to connect with an aspect of the park about which they may not have given much thought: the Sun.

All planned activities are free to the public and are included in the park entrance charge. There are no prerequisites for participation, such as reservations or sign-ups. Among the activities are:

Solar Telescope Observation: Make use of mobile solar telescopes to observe the Sun safely. At the 9,740-foot Haleakal Visitor Center, telescopes will be available everyday from 1 to 4 p.m. When staring through a scope, you’ll be able to witness solar activity up close and personal.

Sun Discovery Table: What is the composition of our Sun? Why do we study it and how do we know? All of this and more may be learned at the Sun Discovery Table, which is located at the 9,740-foot Haleakal Visitor Center and is open everyday from 1 to 4 p.m. Learn and discover while participating in hands-on activities for all ages.

Sun Science Talks: Join solar experts as they respond to your questions about the Sun and how we study it. On Sunday, March 20th, Friday, March 25th, and Saturday, March 26th, at 2 p.m., a half-hour talk will be given. Meet at the summit parking lot of Puuulaula (Red Hill).

source : national park service

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