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The biggest astronomical event of a generation will hit offices everywhere on Monday

If the 1,400 workers at Emerson Electric's St. Louis headquarters choose to head out and watch the solar eclipse at work on Monday, they'll get a pair of company-issued ISO-certified glasses and some detailed guidelines to follow. "You must walk to your viewing location without looking at the sky," the manufacturing company will tell its employees in a bulleted instruction sheet.
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