Ann Kim Tenhor, of Arlington, Mass., uses protective eclipse glasses to view a partial solar eclipse, Aug. 21 in Cambridge, Mass. Others were not so lucky to have the glasses, and doctors have seen patients fearing vision damage after the eclipse.
Ann Kim Tenhor, of Arlington, Mass., uses protective eclipse glasses to view a partial solar eclipse, Aug. 21 in Cambridge, Mass. Others were not so lucky to have the glasses, and doctors have seen patients fearing vision damage after the eclipse. Steven Senne The Associated Press
Ann Kim Tenhor, of Arlington, Mass., uses protective eclipse glasses to view a partial solar eclipse, Aug. 21 in Cambridge, Mass. Others were not so lucky to have the glasses, and doctors have seen patients fearing vision damage after the eclipse. Steven Senne The Associated Press

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August 30, 2017 07:00 AM