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Life At Mira Costa

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Oceanside, CA -LIFE AT MIRACOSTA College is offering two free lectures on Friday, Sept. 1 in Bldg T200 at the Oceanside Campus Please join us.

At 1:00 New Program for Uniquely Abled at MCC” with Carisa Chavez, Program Supervisor – Technology Career Institute will introduce a new program for uniquely-abled workers that are specifically designed for students on the autism spectrum, including careers in Computer Numerical Control machine operations that foster quick employment.

At 2:30 pm “Prelude to the Ring of Fire” will be presented by Rica French, Professor of Astronomy, MiraCosta College. “On October 14th, the Moon again passes directly between Earth and our Sun — but this time it will not quite completely cover the solar disk, instead turning it into a thin “ring of fire.” This annular eclipse will be visible within a roughly 125-mile-wide path from Oregon to Texas and on into Mexico and beyond.

We North Americans outside the path will be treated to a partial solar eclipse….if the weather gods cooperate. Professor French appears with eclipse postcards, stickers, and solar-safe viewing glasses for everyone!”

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