Trevecca University studies eclipse from weather balloon

(Courtesy: Dr. Matthew Huddleston)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Now that the total solar eclipse is over, scholars will begin to study its effects for years to come.

Professor Dr. Matthew Huddleston of Trevecca Nazarene University launched a weather balloon during the eclipse

The balloon will carried a number of different instruments including cosmic ray sensors, UV sensors and infrared cameras.

It was also equipped with GoPro cameras  and other cameras that can look down and catch the shadow of the moon coming across Middle Tennessee.

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