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Eclipse 2017 {Brighten Up The Experience}

Who is ready for an out of this world experience? I’m talking about the total solar eclipse that will be happening Monday, August 21, 2017! So what’s the big deal? On this day, the moon disk will appear to completely cover the disk of the sun. The path of totality will span about 70 miles wide […]
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