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Dealing with the Dangerous Rays of Death: Singular Solar Events I've Seen

Do you ever look at the sun?Some advice: DON'T LOOK AT THE SUN! You can destroy your eyes!Good, now that we have that out of the way, what is this post all about? The sun has been on my mind the last few days. I'm preparing for the final adventure of the summer, and it has a lot to do with the sun, most specifically, the only eclipse to cross the lower 48 states since 1979, the first to cross the country in 99 years, and the last to cross the American West until 2045.
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