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How to Watch the Eclipse if You Totally Forgot About It

On Monday, as you might have heard, the first total solar eclipse in more than a century will be visible in North America. Across a wide swath of the country, the moon will block out the sun, creating an awe-inspiring near-three minutes of total darkness and incredible views. A certain segment of the population, eclipse enthusiasts known as “umbraphiles,” have been planning for months—stocking up on special solar-eclipse glasses, planning themed festivals, and purchasing tickets to fly into what is usually fly-over country for the event.
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