Millions of Americans will look at the sky on Aug. 21 for the first coast-to-coast total eclipse of the sun in 99 years. But if you want to catch a glimpse, you should take precautions to avoid damaging your vision. Ophthamologist Dr. Christopher Starr
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Published: 2021-05-04 07:39 am
How to protect your eyes while viewing the solar eclipse
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