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Solar eclipse live stream: Here’s where to watch online, from NASA to Twitter

In case you haven’t noticed, eclipse fever has swept the nation, and with good reason. Monday’s astronomical event will be the first total solar eclipse in the contiguous United States since 1979. The eclipse will be visible from across the country beginning in Lincoln City, Oregon (home to the World’s Smallest River!), at 9:05 a.m. PDT … Continue reading “Solar eclipse live stream: Here’s where to watch online, from NASA to Twitter” In case you haven’t noticed, eclipse fever has swept the nation, and with good reason.
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