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I’m sure we saw an eclipse when I was a kid. We made pinhole viewers, and it was interesting – but not like what you’re saying at all.

That’s because what you saw was a PARTIAL (or maybe an ANNULAR) eclipse. You absolutely have to use eye protection to watch these types of eclipses, and you’re right – it’s not very exciting. But a TOTAL eclipse is something that cannot be described. If you go, then you will know….

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