Standing in the Light

Thanks for checking out our cool science blog where you’ll find everything from science facts about how to properly prepare for a solar eclipse to expert tips on decorating with light and color. We invite you to indulge in an enchanting rainbow education that covers the ins and outs of the prismatic phenomenon that has captured the human imagination and delighted the eye since the dawn of time. It all starts with sunlight. After all, at the end of the day, sunlight is all you need! Welcome to Standing in the Light. Come bask in its warm glow as we take you on an illuminating journey through art, design, science, light, color, and so much more.


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.

Space Weather: What Is It and Why Does It Matter on Earth

Today, we reached into our mailbag to address a topic that was recently posed to our resident experts here at Rainbow Symphony:“What is space weather?” The question may not seem relevant. Yet, depending on the type of space weather you’re talking about, it can have a real effect on how we live our day to day lives here on Earth.

Don't Overlook The Solar Eclipse 2023

The celestial objects in our solar system constantly hurtle along at thousands of miles per second. Every so often, they align just right from our vantage point on earth, and they look like they are converging into one. To astronomy enthusiasts, scientists, and even the average Joe, it’s downright magical.

What Are The Effects of a Solar Eclipse on Plants & Animals

If you’re curious about solar eclipse effects on plants and animals, Rainbow Symphony has the answers you’re looking for. We’re always continuing our efforts to learn as much as possible about how every type of eclipse could be affecting our world! Explore this blog from our team to discover what an eclipse does to plants as well as domesticated and wild animals.

Eclipses in Art

For eons, a solar eclipse was a rare phenomenon and many people rarely saw more than one in their entire lives. It was a mysterious, unexpected, and often frightening event that provoked dread, wonder, and fear. People worried it represented the anger of the gods, was an omen for the end of the world, or was a harbinger of bad times ahead. An eclipse inspired many myths and traditions, becoming a symbol and metaphor in art that goes back centuries.

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Discover an Extraordinary Universe

For nearly 50 years, we’ve been experts in holography, and our goal has been to share this cool science with the world. This blog is just one of the many ways we’re accomplishing that mission here at Rainbow Symphony. Color is to the eyes, what music is to the ears. We don’t just want to teach you about rainbows—we want to provide you with the tools and items to experience them first-hand! Take the time to browse our products. There’s a treasure trove of captivating curiosities waiting to be discovered.

Bring the Magic to Life 

We hope this blog inspires you to continue unlocking the mysteries of science all around you. Here are some products to get you started on the path of cool science and introduce you to the boundless wonder you’ll encounter along the way.

Your rainbow education is just beginning, so don’t stop there! Shop around to find all sorts of things that spark your fascination and inspire you to pursue the endlessly rewarding pursuit of knowledge and discovery.

Create Custom Items

Many of our cool science products can be customized to your exact specifications! That means we can create a beautiful suncatcher or custom decal with your artwork. Or, we can collaborate with you to produce unforgettable promotional items for your next event or campaign. Have a look at our custom products, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We hope you enjoy reading our blog as much as we love making it. We’re standing in the light. Won’t you join us? Explore Rainbow Symphony now!