Don't Ditch Those Eclipse Glasses! Put Them To Good UseThe nonprofit group 'Astronomers Without Borders' is organizing an effort to collect those glasses.
Facebook Shines During Solar EclipseWhile many gazed at the sky to watch the moon pass in front of the sun, millions took to social media to document the moment. 
Millions Gaze In Wonder At Historic Solar Eclipse In USThe temperature dropped, birds quieted down, crickets chirped and the stars came out in the middle of the day as the line of darkness raced across the continent and Americans oohed, aahed and shouted at the sight.
'Plane View' Of Eclipse Leaves Some Philly-Bound Passengers DisappointedIf you assumed the closer you are to the sun, the better your view of Monday's solar eclipse, that's not necessarily the case. 
Philly-Area Muslims Mark Solar Eclipse With Special PrayersWhile thousands stood outside to watch Monday's solar eclipse, Muslims packed into six Philadelphia area mosques for a special prayer.
Judge Refuses To Delay Trial For Would-Be Solar Eclipse WatcherA federal judge in Florida has refused to delay a case because a member of the prosecution wanted to view the August 21 solar eclipse.
Report: Solar Eclipse Could Cost Employers Nearly $700 Million In Lost ProductivityThe solar eclipse is expected to put a dent in productivity on Monday, which could cost employers hundreds of millions of dollars.
New Jersey University Prepares To Host Thousands Of Eclipse WatchersRowan will give out 1,000 eclipse glasses on a first come first serve basis.
Poll: Americans' Eclipse Viewing Plans Take ShapeAbout half of Americans (51%) have plans to watch the eclipse of the sun happening across the United States on August 21, according to a CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
Gas Prices Rising Along Solar Eclipse RouteA lot of people are hitting the road ahead of Monday's solar eclipse. That means higher gas prices.
The Sun: A Middle-Aged Star Taking Center Stage MondayHarvard Physicist Dr. Michael Guillen spoke with Chris Stigall on Talk Radio 1210 saying that maybe these stories come from past experiences where eclipses, like this, usually terrified people.
Franklin Institute Astronomer: Animals Could Get 'Confused' During Solar EclipseThe total solar eclipse will happen Monday, Aug. 21.

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