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Eclipse FOMO got you down? Here are 8 more on their way

The day we've all been waiting for is almost upon us, the day of the great solar eclipse seen cross the country, but... what happens if you don't see it?  Work, illness, or, worst of all, CLOUDS could prevent you from basking in the glorious shadow cast by the moon passing between earth and the sun, and sharing this historic eclipse with the nation. SEE ALSO: How to watch the total solar eclipse from anywhere on Earth We already know that eclipse FOMO is a thing but what if it comes to pass for YOU? First of all: take a deep breath.
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