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HOW TO MAKE SURE YOUR ECLIPSE GLASSES ACTUALLY WORK. “If you’re actually on the path of totality—…

HOW TO MAKE SURE YOUR ECLIPSE GLASSES ACTUALLY WORK. “If you’re actually on the path of totality—where the sun will be totally blocked out by the moon for a minute or two—it’s safe to stare up at the phenomenon without glasses during that brief period of complete darkness. But during a partial eclipse (which will […]
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