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How to Watch the Partial Solar Eclipse on Thursday

Millions of people across North America could have a chance to observe a partial solar eclipse next week, weather permitting. Although the Oct. 23 partial solar eclipse may not be as spectacular as a total eclipse, it is still a beautiful and interesting event to witness. The sight of the moon gradually moving across the face of the sun fills most people with awe. SEE ALSO: Partial Solar Eclipse of October 2014: Visibility Maps The best views of the eclipse will be in the north, in Alaska and the Canadian arctic, but everyone in North America should see some of it, except in the extreme northeast of the continent. In eastern North America, the eclipse will only be visible near or at sunset, so a low western horizon is essential. Venus is very close to the eclipsed sun, but you will probably need to block the sun from view to spot it. Read more…More about Solar Eclipse, Us World, and Space

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How to Watch the Partial Solar Eclipse on Thursday

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