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This pendant has touched the shadow of the Moon.  On April 8, 2024, during a total eclipse of the sun, the students of Earth to Sky Calculus launched it to the stratosphere onboard a cosmic ray research balloon. The launch site was in the Texas path of totality near the historic town of Telegraph. Floating more than 36 km high, the jewelry spent 3 minutes and 45 seconds wrapped in lunar shadow while the Moon covered the face of the sun.


This pendant is handmade with a solar eclipse art print sealed under a smooth glass cover, 1 inch in diameter and suspended by a 24 inch chain. It comes with a greeting card showing the pendant in flight and telling the story of its journey to the edge of space during the total eclipse.

Handmade Total Eclipse Pendant

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