NASA: No glasses for the eclipse? Here’s what you can do

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The search for safety glasses to view Monday’s solar eclipse is reaching panic mode for some, but NASA has a few suggestions for those out of luck. On Monday afternoon, the eclipse will begin about 1:20, reach its maximum at 2:43 and end at 4. Places around the Lehigh Valley are hosting special events to watch…

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