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The Moon's shadow, or umbra, is pictured covering portions of the Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick and the American state of Maine in this photograph from the International Space Station as it soared into the solar eclipse from 261 miles above. (all photos: NASA / ISS)
This is a macro shot of two Wild Turkey 'Toms' duking it out, an annual tradition each Spring among the males when they compete against each other to be the 'Dominant Male' of the flock. This picture shows the one male has opened its mouth so wide, enough to completely cover the face of the other male. An education is wildlife behaviour. (Calvin Hanson/CTV Viewer)

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What to do with your solar eclipse glasses

What can you do with your solar eclipse glasses now that the eclipse has passed? You can hold onto them as a keepsake of the event, but several organizations are also collecting them so that they can be donated to others for a future eclipse.

A woman reacts as she wears protective glasses during a solar eclipse, Monday, April 8, 2024 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
Grade 1 class art project, St. Bernadette Catholic School in Stittsville, Ontario


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