Don’t make same mistake, man who burned retina in 1962 eclipse warns

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OREGON CITY, Ore. — A 70-year-old man who burned his retina by staring directly into the sun during a partial solar eclipse in 1962 has a warning for those planning to view the solar eclipse Monday afternoon. Don’t make the same mistake. Lou Tomososki, of Oregon City, told television station KGW.com in Portland that watching the…

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