While the Eclipse-mania of 2017 is over, there are still stories coming out of the rare event. In South Carolina, a baby born on August 21 was named Eclipse Alizabeth Eubanks, while a Georgia mom-to-be took advantage of the event by shooting some maternity photos that were out of this world (pun intended).
For most people, the eclipse meant a short break from work to wear cardboard glasses you stood in line to get. Now that it’s over, those glasses won’t be useful for another seven years—if you can even keep up with them for that long.
South America will see solar eclipses on February 18, 2018, July 2, 2019, and December 4, 2020. Asia will see an eclipse on August 11, 2018, January 5, 2019, December 26, 2019, and June 21, 2020. Click here for more eclipse dates.
The Astronomers Without Borders Facebook page recommends collecting the glasses from your friends and neighbors and sending them in bulk to one of their corporate partners:
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