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  • Indiana's total solar eclipse is less than 50 days away! Here's a look at how people enjoyed total solar eclipses in years past. Eclipse watchers squint through protective filters as they view an eclipse of the sun from the top deck of New York's Empire State Building in New York on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 1932. (AP Photo/File, File)
  • The progression of a total solar eclipse is seen in a multiple exposure photograph taken in 5-minute intervals, with the moon passing in front of the sun above Siem Reap in northwestern Cambodia, 140 miles, from Phnom Penh, on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 1995. We're just 45 days away from the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024, and much of central Indiana will be in the path of totality! Here's a look at how people have celebrated the solar eclipse in years past.(AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)
  • Shepherd Heinz Greiner watches the beginning of a total solar eclipse near Augsburg, southern Germany, on Wednesday, Aug. 11, 1999. (AP Photo/Frank Boxler, File)