Solar Eclipse/Anthrax Threat

Guests: Jay Pasachoff Author, "Peterson Field Guide to the Stars and Planets" (Houghton Mifflin) Professor, Astronomy Director, Hopkins Observatory Williams College Williamstown, Massachusetts Joe Rao Meteorologist, News 12 Network Columnist, "Skywatch" New York Times Lecturer American Museum-Hayden Planetarium New York, New York David Huxsoll Dean, School of Veterinary Medicine Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Louisiana Next Thursday, the moon will pass in front of the sun, preventing its light from reaching Earth. In this hour, we'll get a preview of this solar eclipse. Plus, two men in Nevada were arrested this week and charged with the possession of anthrax, a potentially deadly biological agent. We'll talk about the threat of biological warfare in this hour.

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