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Solar eclipse myth-busting: Facts and fiction behind nature’s stunning event
CBC.ca
Have you heard that it’s safe to look at an eclipse through sunglasses? Or that radiation during one could be dangerous for unborn children? Don’t believe it. Solar eclipses aren’t your run-of-the-mill event: while they occur about once every 18 months
Solar eclipse offers moon-walk moment: Science is all the rageUSA TODAY
Great Falls man gets a second chance to photograph total solar eclipseKRTV Great Falls News
Find out when the Eclipse will enter your neighborhoodWRDW-TV
KSFY -Yahoo News -Lost Coast Outpost -Sioux Falls Argus Leader
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Published On: Fri, Aug 18th, 2017

Solar eclipse myth-busting: Facts and fiction behind nature’s stunning event – CBC.ca


CBC.ca

Solar eclipse myth-busting: Facts and fiction behind nature's stunning event
CBC.ca
Have you heard that it's safe to look at an eclipse through sunglasses? Or that radiation during one could be dangerous for unborn children? Don't believe it. Solar eclipses aren't your run-of-the-mill event: while they occur about once every 18 months ...
Solar eclipse offers moon-walk moment: Science is all the rageUSA TODAY
Great Falls man gets a second chance to photograph total solar eclipseKRTV Great Falls News
Find out when the Eclipse will enter your neighborhoodWRDW-TV
KSFY -Yahoo News -Lost Coast Outpost -Sioux Falls Argus Leader
all 80 news articles »

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