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How to watch the eclipse with kids

Viewers use special glasses to watch as the moon moves in front of the sun. (Eric Gay/AP)
Viewers use special glasses to watch as the moon moves in front of the sun. (Eric Gay/AP)

Many people will be watching the eclipse with children. Here & Now‘s Scott Tong speaks with Silvia Piccinotti, who is taking her kids to Texas to see the eclipse. She shares some advice.

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