Skygazers Across Tri-State Turn Out For Partial Solar EclipseIn the Tri-State area, we should be able to see the moon block out about 70 percent of the sun.
Partial Eclipse Hits Tri-State With Moon Covering About 70 Percent Of The SunThe city that never sleeps slowed down for a few minutes as thousands of skywatchers gazed upward for a rare partial solar eclipse visible from our area. 
SEE IT: Odell Beckham Jr. Watches Eclipse Without Protective GlassesGiants fans could've probably lived without seeing Odell Beckham Jr. take this chance.
Can't Get Your Hands On Eclipse Glasses? Make Your Own Pinhole ProjectorCan't find eclipse glasses? Then make your own pinhole projector.
Making The Most Of Next Week's Historic Total Solar EclipseOn Monday, scientists talked about how you can make sure you have a great viewing experience right here in the Tri-State Area.
Moonwatchers Treated To Total Lunar EclipseThe totality phase -- when the moon was completely immersed in Earth's shadow -- lasted 72 minutes.
Catch A Glimpse Of The Total Lunar Eclipse!Night owls in northern New Jersey can get a close glimpse of the first total lunar eclipse in nearly three years.

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