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    A total solar eclipse happens somewhere on Earth once every year or two. What is an eclipse? Learn more about how solar eclipses happen, the four types of eclipses, and how to view the sun safely if you're within the path of totality.
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  • Lunar Eclipse 101 | National Geographic

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    Nicknamed blood moon, some ancient cultures regarded a total lunar eclipse as an ominous event. Today, this celestial phenomenon generates excitement and wonder. Unlike a solar eclipse, which may require travel to see, total lunar eclipses can often be observed from the entire nighttime-half of the Earth. Learn what causes a lunar eclipse and how it gains its crimson coloring.
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  • Watch the Total Solar Eclipse | National Geographic

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    We're bringing you total solar eclipse coverage #LiveFrom coast to coast. Join us on 8/21 to hear from experts around the country, see stunning photos—including your own—and be among THE FIRST to see the eclipse. Post your questions for our experts below and we may ask them live!
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  • This Guy Explains Why the Solar Eclipse Will Blow Your Mind | Short Film Showcase

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    On August 21st, 2017, millions of people in the United States will watch as the sun, moon, and earth align for a rare and extraordinary event—a total solar eclipse.
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    Only lasting a few short minutes, the moon will plunge the Earth into the darkness of its shadow as it passes in front of the sun. This short film by Wylie Overstreet and Alex Gorosh explains what happens during a total solar eclipse and why you won't want to miss it.

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  • Solar Eclipse | The Dr. Binocs Show | Educational Videos For Kids

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    Learn about Solar Eclipse with Dr. Binocs.

    Hey kids, have you ever heard about an eclipse? Do you know where the sun hides during an eclipse and what is it called? Join Dr. Binocs as he tells you more about the Solar Eclipse.

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  • Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse

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    A Solar Eclipse or a Lunar Eclipse happen when the Sun, Earth, Moon, and the lunar nodes line up. This happens twice a year in what is known as an eclipse season. Thanks for watching!

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  • ¿Cómo se forma un ECLIPSE SOLAR? ¿Qué tipos de ECLIPSE hay? | National Geographic en Español

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    Un eclipse solar ocurre cuando la luna nueva se desplaza entre la tierra y el sol, bloqueando parte a todos los rayos del sol, impidiendo que lleguen a la tierra.

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  • See How America Celebrated the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse | National Geographic

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    Americans across the country joined in the excitement to witness the 2017 solar eclipse. Correspondents from National Geographic fanned out to various locations and captured the anticipation and celebration for this spectacular phenomenon.
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  • Total Solar Eclipse

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    The total solar eclipse from Madras, Oregon on August 21, 2017. As the moon passed in front of the sun turning day to night and revealing the sun's corona, apparently all I could think to say was 'Oh my goodness!'

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    Everyone says not to photograph your first solar eclipse and I think they might be right. I was focused on getting the exposure right for Bailey's beads and the diamond ring, plus making sure to get the corona and solar flares. This was a bit stressful but I'm delighted with the results.

    This video originally included more info but since I'm uploading from Madras where the internet is sluggish, I cut out three minutes so the upload would happen before I had to leave for my flight.

    Special thanks also to Dr. Teagan Wall for sharing this experience with me and Raquel Nuno for inspiring me to come to Oregon.

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  • Black Holes 101 | National Geographic

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    At the center of our galaxy, a supermassive black hole churns. Learn about the types of black holes, how they form, and how scientists discovered these invisible, yet extraordinary objects in our universe.
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  • Solar Eclipse to Darken Easter Island | National Geographic

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    The moon's shadow will envelop Easter Island on July 11 during a total solar eclipse, the first to cross the remote island in about 1,400 years.
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  • Solar Eclipse 101

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    On August 21, 2017, the long-anticipated total solar eclipse will darken the skies from Oregon to South Carolina as the Moon passes between the Earth and Sun. The last time the contiguous United States saw a total solar eclipse was in 1979, and the next one won’t be until 2024.

    Learn more about the science and significance of this phenomenon and the best way to view it—whether you’re in the “path of totality” or elsewhere (New Yorkers, for example, will be able to see the Moon cover about 70 percent of the Sun)—with Jackie Faherty of the Department of Astrophysics, and Joe Rao, Hayden Planetarium associate, in a discussion moderated by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium.

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  • Q&A with Experts About the Upcoming Total Solar Eclipse | National Geographic

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    Watch as astrophysicist Jedidah Isler and photographer Babak Tafreshi talk about the science behind the upcoming total solar eclipse.
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  • Sun 101 | National Geographic

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    The sun keeps the planets in its orbit with a tremendous gravitational force. What would happen if it disappeared entirely? Learn about the star at the center of our solar system, and how it is critical to all life as we know it.
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  • Whats the difference between a solar and lunar eclipse?

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    Solar and lunar eclipse - which is which? And how can you finally remember the difference?

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  • Lunar and Solar Eclipse Explained: A Beginner’s Guide to Eclipses

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    Solar and lunar eclipses are celestial phenomena that occur when the sun, moon and Earth align in a way that either the moon casts a shadow on Earth or the latter casts a shadow on the moon. So what are the similarities and differences between lunar and solar eclipse?

    Just as Earth moves around the sun in an elliptical orbit every year, our natural satellite—the moon—also revolves around the Earth. It takes about 27.322 days for the moon to complete one revolution around our planet. Due to all the inter-related motion happening between these three celestial bodies, several physical phenomena occur. When the new moon, during its revolution around the Earth, moves between the sun and the Earth, it blocks out the sun’s rays, which casts a shadow on parts of the planet. This is called an eclipse of the sun or a solar eclipse. In other words, a solar eclipse happens when the moon passes in a direct line between the sun and the Earth.

    Since the moon continuously revolves around the Earth, it’s only natural that it sometimes comes between the sun and the Earth, while at other times it goes BEHIND the Earth, so that the Earth comes between the moon and the sun. When the latter happens, we see a lunar eclipse.


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  • Moon 101 | National Geographic

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    What is the moon made of, and how did it form? Learn about the moon's violent origins, how its phases shaped the earliest calendars, and how humans first explored Earth's only natural satellite half a century ago.
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  • Total Solar Eclipse with National Geographic | Airbnb

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    On August 20th, 2017, two lucky winners of Airbnb's #NightAt Solar Eclipse contest arrived in Terrebone, Oregon. Their prize? Sleeping under the stars in a beautiful geo-desic dome, and then boarding a private plane on the morning of the eclipse to fly out over the Atlantic Ocean. Our winners were lucky enough to be among the first people to see the total solar eclipse.

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  • Lunar Eclipse | The Dr. Binocs Show | Educational Videos For Kids

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    Learn about Lunar Eclipse with Dr. Binocs.

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    A solar eclipse can seriously damage your eyes. Using eclipse glasses is just one safety tip for viewing the total eclipse.

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    I was in Turkey when this eclipse happened. It was an awe inspiring experience, which I tried to capture on video. What amazed me was how FAST it got dark when it neared totality. And about halfway through totality, a frigid breeze swept over us. Now bear in mind it was near 90F at the time, so where did this ice cold breeze come from? It was truly spooky. I can see how, in past centuries, people would die of fright!

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  • Solar Eclipse for Kids || Kids Astronomy || Science for Kids

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    Do you know what a Solar Eclipse is? Today your monster friend Kromp learns all about Solar Eclipses from the Sun and the Moon. Learn about outer space with your puppet friends!

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    A Total Solar Eclipse can happen during a New Moon. The Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth, and casts a shadow on the Earth. If you’re standing in the Moon’s shadow, you’ll see the Moon completely block out the Sun. If you’re outside the Moon’s shadow, you’ll see a partial eclipse.

    The stages of a Total Solar Eclipse are
    1 - Partial Eclipse
    2 - Baily’s Beads
    3 - Diamond Ring
    4 - Totality

    During Totality, you’ll get to see the Sun’s Corona. That’s the Sun’s outer atmosphere. It’s always there, but the Sun is so bright we can’t see it. We only get the chance to see it during a Total Solar Eclipse.

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  • Total Solar Eclipse/Total Solar Eclipse 2017/Solar Eclipse 2017 for Kids

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    This is a total solar eclipse
    Come to see my narrow path
    in which I travel on the Earths surface

    This is a total solar eclipse
    My totality is ah inspiring
    so don’t miss this

    This celestial event
    is a Solar Eclipse
    Let me tell you about it
    So you can understand all this

    A Solar eclipse
    is caused by the Moon, that is me
    I pass in between the
    Sun and the Earth till black is what you see

    There are several stages
    And some visual tips
    that you can use to recognize
    a Total Solar Eclipse

    Stage one is called
    a Partial Eclipse
    It’s when the suns disc is partially
    blocked by the moon like this

    Stage two is called Baily’s Beads
    Which are bright spots of light
    It’s when low-lying valleys on the moon's edge, allowing sunlight through that’s right

    Stage 3 is sometimes called
    the Diamond Ring this stage is key
    In which marks the last few seconds
    before the totality

    The last bit of sunlight that is able to shine through
    the low-lying valleys create a single flash of light on the side of the moon

    The 4th and most important stage
    is called Totality
    when the moon completely covers the disk of the sun this is what you see

    Then comes the Final Stages
    In which the sun will grow
    a crescent on the opposite side of Baily’s Beads once had shown

    But before you see
    this celestial event
    There are a few safety precautions
    for eye injury’s to prevent

    This is a total solar eclipse
    Come to see my narrow path
    in which I travel on the Earths surface

    This is a total solar eclipse
    My totality is ah inspiring
    so don’t miss this

    On Monday, August 21,
    2017
    There’s a total solar eclipse
    that North America will see

    But the Totality you want to see
    can only be observed
    From Lincoln Beach, Oregon
    to Charleston, South Carolina so I’ve heard

    The path of Totality is
    70 Miles Wide they say
    Seen in 14 States
    in the continental US of A

    Totality lasts a few minutes
    So be sure to be there
    And please use special glasses
    so your vision isn’t impaired

    You can buy special solar Eclipse
    Glasses online
    To protect your eye’s from the sun while having a great time

    This is a total solar eclipse
    Come to see my narrow path
    in which I travel on the Earths surface

    This is a total solar eclipse
    My totality is ah inspiring
    so don’t miss this

    A Solar Eclipse has
    several areas we need to discuss
    Take a look at this picture
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    Here’s the Penumbra
    a partially shaded outer region
    Surrounding the Umbra
    A fully shaded inner part that’s darkened

    A Partial Eclipse
    is what you’re seeing right here
    When only part of the luminary of a celestial body’s darkened there

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    How old is the universe, and how did it begin? Throughout history, countless myths and scientific theories have tried to explain the universe's origins. The most widely accepted explanation is the big bang theory. Learn about the explosion that started it all and how the universe grew from the size of an atom to encompass everything in existence today.
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  • Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse - सूर्य ग्रहण और चंद्र ग्रहण

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    Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse | जानिए सूर्य ग्रहण और चंद्र ग्रहण कैसे होता है? Surya Grahan aur Chandra Grahan in Hindi
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    Eclipse:
    Sometimes the Sun, the Earth, and the moon comes in a straight line. Such situation is termed as an eclipse. In this video we are going to discuss about Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse.

    Solar Eclipse:
    On a special new moon day sun, earth and moon may come in straight line such that the shadow of moon falls on the earth. This is called solar eclipse. Clearly, on solar eclipse the moon comes between the sun and the earth. The shadow of moon consists of a darker part called umbra and the lighter part called penumbra. If the sun is not completely covered by moon then this is called partial solar eclipse. If we see the sun covered by the moon completely then this is called total solar eclipse.


    Lunar Eclipse:
    On a special full moon night, the sun, the earth and the moon comes in a straight line such that the shadow of earth falls on the moon. This is called lunar eclipse. Clearly, on lunar eclipse the earth comes between the sun and the moon. If the moon passes through the lighter part of the shadow i.e. penumbra then the eclipse is partial lunar eclipse. But if moon passes through the darker part of the shadow i.e. umbra then the eclipse is total lunar eclipse. During total lunar eclipse moon appears red. It is also called blood moon.

    Condition for occurrence of Eclipse
    The chances of earth, sun and moon to come in a straight line are rare. Because of which on a new moon day, the shadow of moon misses the earth and falls above or below it. Similarly on a full moon night the shadow of earth misses the moon and falls above or below it. This is a result eclipses does not occur on every new moon or full moon days.

  • HD Total Solar Eclipse: Daylight turns to Night - Our Total Eclipse Experience

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    [HD] Total Solar Eclipse 2017 - Daylight to Darkness live during totality - This was filmed South of Yellowstone in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. We were viewing the Total Eclipse next to Jenny Lake in the path of totality. The totality started at 11:35 and lasted about 2 mins 10 seconds from where we were viewing it. Sorry for the snarkiness video toward the end when darkness hit, wasn't looking at the camera at all since it's a once in a lifetime experience, was looking at the sky the whole time during totality while holding the camera.

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    The Great American Eclipse on August 21, 2017.

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    Neptune is the most distant of the solar system's eight planets. Find out about the blue world's orbit, which of Neptune's moons is the largest, and how the planet is home to the most severe weather in the solar system.
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    Over a thousand dinosaur species once roamed the Earth. Learn which ones were the largest and the smallest, what dinosaurs ate and how they behaved, as well as surprising facts about their extinction.
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  • Mars solar eclipse

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    The larger of the two moons of Mars, Phobos, passes directly in front of the sun, in an eclipse photographed by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity. (Courtesy of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

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  • Eclipses for kids - What an eclipse is and how many types there are - Solar and Lunar Eclipse

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    Educational video for kids to learrn what an eclipse is and the two types of eclipses there are: solar and lunar eclipse. Additionally, in this video kids will find out all sorts of interesting facts about eclipses. This video is part of a larger collection of Science videos for kids, to learn Natural Science concepts in a fun way. Ideal resource for primary school.

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  • What creates a total solar eclipse? - Andy Cohen

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    How can the shadow of the tiny moon eclipse the sight of the gargantuan sun? By sheer coincidence, the disc of the sun is 400x larger than the disc of the moon, but it's 390x farther from Earth -- which means that when they align just right, the moon blocks all but the sun's glowing corona. Andy Cohen details this extraordinary celestial phenomenon (and when it will next occur).

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    Get ready for some solar eclipse facts for kids! See why solar eclipses are so amazing, and what causes them! You will learn about how the earth, moon and sun align to cause partial and total eclipses!

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  • National Geographic reporter gets emotion over solar eclipse

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    This National Geographic reporter gets emotion over solar eclipse and it's a beautiful thing.

  • Follow the Eclipse on Its Coast-to-Coast Tour | National Geographic

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    NASA visualizations let you follow the big dot of the moon's shadow—also called the umbra—from landfall on Oregon's Pacific coast to the Atlantic shores of South Carolina.
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    The August 21, 2017 solar eclipse in the U.S. is notable for literally crossing the country. NASA visualizations let you follow the big dot of the moon's shadow—also called the umbra—from landfall on Oregon's Pacific coast to the Atlantic shores of South Carolina. That route, called the path of totality, marks where people will be able to experience a total eclipse, in which the moon fully blocks the sun. On either side of that path, huge swaths of land will see a partial eclipse.

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  • What Causes Solar And Lunar Eclipse?

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    A solar eclipse is among the most dramatic astronomical events around - just ask anyone who has seen one. For a fеw minutеѕ, a blасk diѕk ѕееmѕ tо move асrоѕѕ thе ѕun, аnd dауlight slowly givеѕ way to eerie darkness as the temperature falls. But thеn, as ԛuiсklу аѕ it came, thе dаrknеѕѕ lifts and the ѕun shines аgаin with itѕ usual strength. Look stunning right?

    Sоlаr есliрѕеѕ оссur whеn thе moon соmеѕ bеtwееn Earth аnd thе ѕun, blocking ѕunlight from оur hоѕt ѕtаr. And when that happens, people near the center of the moon’s shadow — (what’s called the umbra) — see a total solar eclipse, in which almost all of the sun’s light is blocked. People near the edges of the shadow, in a region called the penumbra, see a partial solar eclipse, meaning that the sun is only partly obscured.

    A related phenomenon - lunar eclipse occurs when Earth’s shadow falls on the surface of the moon. And because our planet’s shadow is much bigger than the moon’s, lunar eclipses occur more frequently than solar eclipses — usually two times a year.

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  • Total Solar Eclipse Explained for Kids!

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    A quick science lesson explaining the total solar eclipse for kids.

    With the upcoming total solar eclipse around the corner, kids are very curious about it! This video is a fun filled explanation of the total solar eclipse.

  • Eclipse 2017: One Nation Under The Sun | NPR

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    The 2017 total solar eclipse made its way from Oregon to South Carolina. Fourteen states were in the path of total darkness -- the first time a total eclipse covered such a wide swath of America since 1918.

    On one hand, an eclipse is an astronomical event, a coincidence of satellite size and location. But it’s a cultural experience, too: a moment we can’t help but imbue with meaning.

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    Celestron's official time lapse video taken from Casper, Wyoming! This was the solar eclipse on August 21st with totality at 11:42am. The skies were clear and the event was breath-taking.

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  • How to make a pinhole camera to see the solar eclipse

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    How to make a pinhole camera to watch the solar eclipse. This tutorial uses common household items, and is based on recommendations by NASA.

    What you need

    ✔️ A box.
    ✔️ Two sheets of white paper.
    ✔️ Aluminum foil.
    ✔️ Tape.
    ✔️ A paper clip.
    ✔️ A knife or scissors.

    How to make it

    First, cut a small piece of paper and paste it on the inside of the box.
    Next, cut out a hole in the box on the opposite side of the box.
    Cover the hole up with tin foil and poke a small hole in the centre.
    On the same side of the box, cut out another viewing hole.

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