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  1. #31
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    Looks good to me. :-) I may need to rethink our eclipse picnic basket.


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    Just to add one more:

    https://eclipse.aas.org/resources/solar-filters

    (Wow! McDonald's is giving out solar glasses. Oregon only.)
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  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Just to add one more:

    https://eclipse.aas.org/resources/solar-filters

    (Wow! McDonald's is giving out solar glasses. Oregon only.)
    That's Big Eclipse for you.

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    (Wow! McDonald's is giving out solar glasses. Oregon only.)
    Hah, I got my free ones from Grease Monkey. Colorado
    I know that I know nothing, so I question everything. - Socrates/Descartes

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    Tomorrow is the big day...

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    If you're coming from up north to the St. Louis area consider going through Hannibal, to avoid the interstates.

    Don't bother stopping in Hannibal.

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    I went to Carhenge in Alliance, NE. The day started off cloudy and muggy and I was afraid I was going to miss the big event. By the time of totality many st of the clouds disappeared and the view was spectacular. Wow doesn't even come close to describing totality. Seeing the corona around the moon was dazzling. Pictures do no justice to the being there and seeing it in person. I'm looking forward to seeing the next one in 2024.
    I know that I know nothing, so I question everything. - Socrates/Descartes

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    Don't let them get scratched--2024 isn't that far away.

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