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My husband and I did but it wasn't as much as we thought we would see. He had special glasses from his Welding job, so that was good too.
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@AARPLynne  We did watch, and it was spectacular.  I agree, the beginning was the most incredible portion, though the half point, too, was some kindof something. Thanks for posting the image.

 

 

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The beginning phase was the most exciting!F289D859-BCF3-4E8D-BBAA-17B280C2CFEA.jpeg01/31/18

 

 

 

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Yes!  It was magnificient!

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I did and it was spectacular.  Being in Florida allowed for a partial lunar eclipse but with perfect skies it sure made for a geat morning delight.

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The full eclipse will be visible in the western U.S., with a partial eclipse visible on the east coast. If you’re not in a geographic zone with visibility of the full eclipse, NASA is beginning streaming coverage of the event on its website at 5:30 a.m. ET.

 

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