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The Jacksonville Public Library is collecting eclipse glasses at all library branches through September 17. After that, they will be collected by staff at Jacksonville University and sent to Astronomers Without Borders.
"We can get married under an eclipse that is happening right over your house?" he asked. And the idea for a once-in-a-lifetime photo-op was born.
There's a viral photo floating around the internet that claims the kid in the photo stared at the solar eclipse on Monday without proper eclipse glasses.
A Midlands woman saw more than one "diamond ring" while watching the eclipse with her boyfriend Monday, and one was just as stunning as the other!
The reactions to the Great American Eclipse Monday ranged from sheer awe to subtle disappointment.
Hundreds of people gathered at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens to experience the total solar eclipse. The zoo had an event where they encouraged folks to study the animals and see how they reacted to the eclipse
Get your eclipse glasses and head outside. Here is the timing of the Great American Eclipse for those of you watching in Jacksonville, Brunswick, St. Augustine, or anywhere on the First Coast.
Hundreds of people lined up at the Jacksonville Public Library downtown Monday morning in hopes of scoring last-minute eclipse glasses.
The next total solar eclipse in the U.S. will be in 2024. The next coast-to-coast one will not be until 2045.
The International Space Station just photo-bombed the eclipse.
There is a lot of superstition and myth surrounding the solar eclipse, but there is nothing superstitious or mythical about it; it's science!
You might have heard there’s going to be this thing called a ‘solar eclipse’ happening on August 21.
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