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Solar Eclipse Safety 101

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The path of the total solar eclipse in New York. COURTESY I LOVE NY

The path of the total solar eclipse in New York. COURTESY I LOVE NY

The path of totality and partial contours crossing the United States for the 2024 total solar eclipse on April 8. NASA'S SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION STUDIO

The path of totality and partial contours crossing the United States for the 2024 total solar eclipse on April 8. NASA'S SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION STUDIO

The August 2017 partial solar eclipse.  DANA SHAW

The August 2017 partial solar eclipse. DANA SHAW

Folks watch the August 2017 partial solar eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum.  DANA SHAW

Folks watch the August 2017 partial solar eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum. DANA SHAW

Folks watch the August 2017 partial solar eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum.  DANA SHAW

Folks watch the August 2017 partial solar eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum. DANA SHAW

Folks watch the August 2017 partial solar eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum.  DANA SHAW

Folks watch the August 2017 partial solar eclipse at the South Fork Natural History Museum. DANA SHAW

authorStaff Writer on Apr 3, 2024
While the East End does not fall within the path of totality during Monday afternoon’s solar eclipse, viewers still need to take safety precautions to view the natural phenomenon. •... more

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