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UNH Experts Share How to Safely View Upcoming Solar Eclipse

UNH Experts Share How to Safely View Upcoming Solar Eclipse

On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will travel across the U.S. The northern part of New Hampshire will be among the portions of the country in the path of totality, when the moon completely blocks the sun and plunges the midday into darkness. UNH experts John Gianforte, director of the UNH... Read More

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