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Library prepares locals for solar eclipse


Last updated 8/2/2017 at Noon

Roger Kennedy explains the spectroscope to a participant July 31 at the Mukilteo Library.

Mukilteo may be outside the path of totality, but residents can still expect to see the rare total solar eclipse the morning of Monday, Aug. 21 – or at least most of it.

A 94-percent eclipse will be visible at about 10:20 a.m., and Sno-Isle Libraries is doing its part to get people ready.

The local library system has enlisted Roger and Linda Kennedy, who are traveling the country for NASA and holding events to teach people about the eclipse, what they can expect to see and how to do it safely. The Kennedys held one of those events at the Mukilteo Library on Monday, July 31.

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