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Where to be for the total eclipse

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Monday brings a total solar eclipse that will not be seen again until August 2044, so be prepared and get the correct eclipse shades to experience this remarkable phenomenon. The southeast corner of Oklahoma is in the total eclipse path, entering Oklahoma at 1:45 p.m. and departing at 1:50 p.m. Follow NASA where and when for the latest updates.

Proper glasses are available for free at each of the Metropolitan Library System branches while supplies last, or for $2.99 at the Oklahoma Department of Tourism. Secretary of Tourism Shelley Zumwalt estimates a $7.4 million economic boon to Oklahoma.

Brenda Jones Barwick, APR, Jones PR

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