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Want to watch the solar eclipse? Your sunglasses aren't going to cut it

August 21, 2017 will mark the first total solar eclipse across the United States in 99 years, and people are getting excited. So excited that hotels and campsites are completely booked — including 30 campsites along the “path of totality” that sold for $60,000 in an online auction.  But knowing the why, when and where you’re going to watch the eclipse is not enough. The most important question you need to answer for the upcoming astronomical display is how.SOUTHWEST OFFERING UNIQUE VIEWS OF...

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Are Sunglasses Enough Protection For The Solar Eclipse? Here's What Scientists Say

The solar eclipse is set to happen on Aug. 21 this year, and although there are solar eclipses every year, it can often be difficult to catch a glimpse of it, depending on where you are. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon fully moves over the sun, covering it completely, as opposed to a lunar eclipse, which occurs when the earth casts a shadow on the moon. As a result of a solar eclipse, an illuminated ring provided by the sun is visible, causing a unique sight that can definitely provide...