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East End Residents Turn Out For Eclipse

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The moon partially covers the sun during Monday's eclipse.

The moon partially covers the sun during Monday's eclipse.

A sliver of the sun pokes out behind the moon during Monday' eclipse.

A sliver of the sun pokes out behind the moon during Monday' eclipse.

Viewers watch the eclipse at Sag Harbor Elementary School on Monday afternoon.

Viewers watch the eclipse at Sag Harbor Elementary School on Monday afternoon.

Viewers watch the eclipse at Sag Harbor Elementary School on Monday afternoon.

Viewers watch the eclipse at Sag Harbor Elementary School on Monday afternoon.

Viewing the eclipse in Springs on Monday afternoon.

Viewing the eclipse in Springs on Monday afternoon.

Viewing the eclipse in Springs on Monday afternoon.

Viewing the eclipse in Springs on Monday afternoon.

Viewing the eclipse in Springs on Monday afternoon.

Viewing the eclipse in Springs on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Caitlin Martello views the eclipse at the East Hampton Library on Monday afternoon.

Caitlin Martello views the eclipse at the East Hampton Library on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to the East Hampton Library view the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to Main Beach in East Hampton watch the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Visitors to Main Beach in East Hampton watch the eclipse on Monday afternoon.

Southampton photographer Danielle Leef was able to capture  the eclipse

Southampton photographer Danielle Leef was able to capture the eclipse "totality" in Vermont.

Southampton photographer Danielle Leef was able to capture  the eclipse

Southampton photographer Danielle Leef was able to capture the eclipse "totality" in Vermont.

Visitors wait in line at the East Hampton Library for solar glasses on Monday afternoon.

Visitors wait in line at the East Hampton Library for solar glasses on Monday afternoon.

Visitors wait in line at the East Hampton Library for solar glasses on Monday afternoon.

Visitors wait in line at the East Hampton Library for solar glasses on Monday afternoon.

Brahna Yassky and Bruce Janovsky watch the eclipse at the South Fork natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

Brahna Yassky and Bruce Janovsky watch the eclipse at the South Fork natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

Tom Mazza watches the eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

Tom Mazza watches the eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

Janice Mazza watches the eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

Janice Mazza watches the eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

Charlie Menu watches the eclipse at Maidstone in Springs on Monday afternoon.  KATHRYN MENU

Charlie Menu watches the eclipse at Maidstone in Springs on Monday afternoon. KATHRYN MENU

Watching the eclipse at the Parrish Art Museum on Monday afternoon.  COURTESY PARRISH ART MUSUEM

Watching the eclipse at the Parrish Art Museum on Monday afternoon. COURTESY PARRISH ART MUSUEM

Watching the eclipse at the Parrish Art Museum on Monday afternoon.  COURTESY PARRISH ART MUSUEM

Watching the eclipse at the Parrish Art Museum on Monday afternoon. COURTESY PARRISH ART MUSUEM

Watching the eclipse at the Parrish Art Museum on Monday afternoon.  COURTESY PARRISH ART MUSUEM

Watching the eclipse at the Parrish Art Museum on Monday afternoon. COURTESY PARRISH ART MUSUEM

Jack Cosgrove and Beckett Murray watch the eclipse at Little Plains Beach in Southampton Village on Monday afternoon. COURTESY JOHN COSGROVE

Jack Cosgrove and Beckett Murray watch the eclipse at Little Plains Beach in Southampton Village on Monday afternoon. COURTESY JOHN COSGROVE

Tom Oleszczuk and Heidi Rain watch the eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

Tom Oleszczuk and Heidi Rain watch the eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

Tom Oleszczuk and Heidi Rain watch the eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

Tom Oleszczuk and Heidi Rain watch the eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Monday afternoon.

authorStaff Writer on Apr 9, 2024
East End residents turned out in droves to watch the solar eclipse on Monday afternoon. Solar glasses clad eyes looked to the sky as the moon passed over the sun.... more

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