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How to tell if watching the eclipse damaged your eyes

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| If you heeded all the warnings, you're likely fine. But spots or blurred vision that shows up 12 hours later or the next day might be a sign that the sun's direct rays permanently hurt the retina.

Photos of the moon’s shining moment in SoCal

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These snapshots left us starry-eyed.

AirTalk’s live coverage of the Great North American Eclipse

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Nearly a century has passed since North America witnessed a total solar eclipse.

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Here are the best eclipse moments across Southern California

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Well, eclipse day came and went. Some folks flocked to places like the Griffith Observatory, while others caught a glimpse during their normal routine.

LA schools watched the eclipse — both indoors and outdoors

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"We're not going to take a risk," one Los Angeles school's principal said — of a child wearing faulty glasses, or of a child refusing to wear them.

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Eclipse to have big impact on California power

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California produces 40 percent of the nation's solar power. What does that mean for the state's power grid during the eclipse?

Tips for eclipse parking at Griffith Observatory

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Officials are advising visitors to try to arrive without a car, and the park is offering extra DASH bus service from the Metro Red Line station up the hill.

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How to make your own pinhole camera to watch the eclipse

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If you didn’t get your hands on a pair of those special eclipse glasses, have no fear — you can make your very own eclipse viewer with the help of KPCC.

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