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Eclipse

It was actually a combination Frost Moon-Beaver Moon-Partial Lunar Eclipse with a reddish-brown Blood Moon glow to it, if we're being exact.
Consider this a Fully Frosted Beaver Moon Lunar Eclipse With A (Partial) Blood Moon Glow.
'People in Kentucky took this stuff very seriously. Being a New Yorker, I don’t have any interest in watching the eclipse.'
Did you pull a Trump and stare at the sun during the eclipse? Here's what you need to know.
"We're so used to seeing something with technology or photos from the Hubble Space Telescope. But this is something we can see with our own eyes."
Times Square really did become a sort of Crossroads of the World this afternoon, as hundreds of tourists and locals gathered to watch the solar eclipse.
"It does meet my expectations," one Upper West Side resident conceded.
The best time to look outside will be at 2:44 p.m., when we'll experience a two-minute peak of darkness. Until then, just stare into the digital screen of your choice.
Despite the interruption in sunshine today's high will be in the mid to upper 80s.
With only a few hours left before a total solar eclipse hits North America, multiple retailers are recalling glasses due to safety concerns.
The screen of your cellphone camera will still reflect ultra-violet rays.
Also, don't look directly at the sun.
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