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BOZEMAN-- For many, this year's solar eclipse was a chance to witness a once-in-a-lifetime spectacle. But for Montana State University Professor Joseph Shaw and his father Glenn... [Read More]
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A father who pulled his son out of school for three days to see the total solar eclipse. But now his son's school is threatening... [Read More]
A father who pulled his son out of school for three days to see the total solar eclipse. But now his son's school is threatening... [Read More]
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More than a thousand eclipse glasses are now heading to schools in Asia and South America. [Read More]
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More people turned their eyes to the sky to view the solar eclipse than the number of people who clicked on the TV for the... [Read More]
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The first total solar eclipse visible across the contiguous United States in more than three decades happened Aug. 21 when the moon passed between the... [Read More]
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California-based telescope manufacturer Celestron posted video of the total solar Eclipse across the U.S.        ... [Read More]
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Beginning Thursday, August 24, 2017, solar eclipse viewers can donate their used protective eyewear for international students to view a future celestial event. [Read More]
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A new study reveals just how many people tuned in to watch the 2017 solar eclipse. [Read More]
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We are getting a better idea of just how many people were in the Palmetto State for the total solar eclipse. [Read More]
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Roughly 1.6 million people traveled to or within South Carolina to view the total solar eclipse last month, according to research released today by the South Carolina... [Read More]
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Paducah Bank presented a check for $2,500 to the Challenger Learning Center on Wednesday, September 20 with proceeds from the bank's solar eclipse glasses sale. [Read More]
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About 1.6 million people traveled to or within South Carolina to view the solar eclipse this past August, according to the South Carolina Department of... [Read More]
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