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Watching the eclipse from the University of Georgia

CBS46 meteorologist Ella Dorsey was at Sanford Stadium at the University of Georgia with a large crowd to watch the solar eclipse. 

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Watching the eclipse from Woodruff Park in Atlanta

CBS46's Meghan Packer was at Woodruff Park in Atlanta for the eclipse. 

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Watching the solar eclipse from northeast Georgia

CBS46's Adam Murphy takes you through the solar eclipse from Rabun County in northeast Georgia. 

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Your last-minute cheat sheet on Monday's Eclipse of the Century

In this photo taken Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, fourth graders at Clardy Elementary School in Kansas City, Mo. practice the proper use of their eclipse glasses in anticipation of Monday's solar eclipse.  (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) In this photo taken Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, fourth graders at Clardy Elementary School in Kansas City, Mo. practice the proper use of their eclipse glasses in anticipation of Monday's solar eclipse. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
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It's happening today, folks! The eclipse of the CENTURY!

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How to make a solar eclipse viewing device

What should you do if you want to enjoy the upcoming solar eclipse but don't have any glasses? Our CBS46 meteorologist Jennifer Valdez has the answer.

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The Boy Scouts of America posted a video to Facebook that shows you how to make an eclipse viewer.

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SLIDESHOW: What you may not know about the total solar eclipse

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Did you know a total solar eclipse in 840 led to the creation of France, Germany, and Italy? 

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Here's how you can photograph the coming solar eclipse

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For a few minutes on August 21, everyone in North America will be united in a solitary, awe-inspiring event: A total eclipse of the sun. 

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Preparing for the solar eclipse

CBS46 reporter Adam Harding spoke with a representative with the Red Cross about ways to prepare for the solar eclipse.

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Where to buy glasses for the solar eclipse?

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Here are some places you can buy special glasses for the upcoming solar eclipse.

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LIST: Metro Atlanta libraries participating in STAR_Net eclipse program

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A list of libraries in Metro Atlanta that will be participating in the Star Net eclipse program.

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Some say eclipse will affect moods, feelings

CBS46 talked to some people who say the solar eclipse will affect our moods and feelings. 

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Eclipse Trivia Challenge

In this May 20, 2012, file photo, the annular solar eclipse is seen as the sun sets behind the Rocky Mountains from downtown Denver.  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File) In this May 20, 2012, file photo, the annular solar eclipse is seen as the sun sets behind the Rocky Mountains from downtown Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)

Are you ready for the eclipse? Use your astronomical intellect to answer these celestial questions

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Animals and the eclipse: how will they react?

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While most of us will be looking up at the eclipse August 21, you may also want to look around and take a close listen, because something unusual could be happening with the animals on our planet -- at least, we think it could. "

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SLIDESHOW: How solar eclipses changed history

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From stopping a war to proving Einstein's theory of relativity, total solar eclipses have impacted humanity since the dawn of time.

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Interested in owning property on the moon?

Well, the 2017 eclipse is less than a month away, which means the nation will be in for one of the most spectacular sights nature can show us. But instead of just watching the moon pass in front of the sun, what if you could tell your friends and family that you OWN a piece of it?

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How cities and businesses are cashing in on total solar eclipse crowds

Millions of eyes will be fixed on the sky when a total solar eclipse crosses the U.S. in August. It's likely many of them will be safely behind the special glasses churned out by a Tennessee company. 

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Where to see the 2017 total solar eclipse

August is six months away, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to mark your calendars for a full solar eclipse. (Photo: YouTube/BBC) August is six months away, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to mark your calendars for a full solar eclipse. (Photo: YouTube/BBC)

On a single day in August, the sun will disappear behind the moon, and sky watchers in the eclipse's path across 14 states from Oregon to South Carolina will witness a total solar eclipse.

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USPS reveals total eclipse Forever stamp

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On Tuesday, the United States Postal Service will release a special edition Forever stamp featuring a solar eclipse image. This is in preparation for the Great American Eclipse on August 21, 2017. 

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