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  • This is what the solar eclipse looks like through a cereal box

    Spectators gathered at The Arboretum at Penn State to see the partial solar eclipse that crossed through the United States. Some used special glasses that were handed out while others used homemade spectacles from cereal boxes. Dr. Kevin Luhman, Penn State astronomy and astrophysics professor, said the last coast-to-coast eclipse happened about a century ago.

Spectators gathered at The Arboretum at Penn State to see the partial solar eclipse that crossed through the United States. Some used special glasses that were handed out while others used homemade spectacles from cereal boxes. Dr. Kevin Luhman, Penn State astronomy and astrophysics professor, said the last coast-to-coast eclipse happened about a century ago. Daniel A. Nelson dnelson@mcclatchy.com
Spectators gathered at The Arboretum at Penn State to see the partial solar eclipse that crossed through the United States. Some used special glasses that were handed out while others used homemade spectacles from cereal boxes. Dr. Kevin Luhman, Penn State astronomy and astrophysics professor, said the last coast-to-coast eclipse happened about a century ago. Daniel A. Nelson dnelson@mcclatchy.com

Eclipse draws more than 1,000 people to The Arboretum at Penn State

August 21, 2017 7:49 PM