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NASA’s 360-Degree Facebook Live Stream Brings the Eclipse From the Sky to Your Screen

Aside from our pets, we’re all pretty stoked to stare directly at the Sun as it abandons us next Monday during the first total solar eclipse in nearly a century. Amazon may have […] The post NASA’s 360-Degree Facebook Live Stream Brings the Eclipse From the Sky to Your Screen appeared first on Geek.com.
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