Standing in the Light

RAINBOW SYMPHONY BLOG

 

Are Your Eclipse Glasses Safe? Here's How to Tell

Watching an eclipse is one of the rarest, most awe-inspiring events you’ll ever have an opportunity to witness. There’s something that’s absolutely spellbinding about watching this relatively rare natural phenomenon.
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Legends of the Rainbow: Myths Throughout History

A pot of gold. The Land of Oz. For as long as there have been rainbows, there have been dreamers who have been wondering what’s on the other side of these awe-inspiring phenomenons. Of course, the closer you get to a rainbow, the more elusive it is, which only adds to their legendary mystique.
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The Polar Night: What is Life Like Without the Sun?

The day/night cycle is something that most of us take for granted. We know the sun will rise in the morning and we’ll be able to see even if it’s cloudy. Then the sun will go down and the world will turn dark. Sure, there are seasons where one is more dominant than the other, but most of us know we’re always going to have some of both.
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Top 4 Unique Rainbow Gifts for the Holidays

With the holidays right around the corner, everyone is looking for a unique take on gift-giving. How can you be sure that you’ll give the perfect gift that any adult would love, whether it’s a family gathering, office party, or a secret Santa? Rainbow Symphony has the perfect solution for any setting: choose some unique rainbow gifts! These one-of-a-kind presents are always beloved, and they’re never in danger of being re-gifted!
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Is a Telescope a Good Way to Watch an Eclipse?

There’s no denying the magnetic draw when it comes to the beauty and majesty of a solar eclipse. There’s something about these astronomical events that cause even the most jaded and indifferent of people to marvel at this natural wonder.
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