Mid-Missouri was a prime viewing area for the total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017.
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MU Honors College collecting eclipse glasses for donation
Elementary school students learn about solar eclipse
Observers will watch animals as they anticipate the solar eclipse
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MU struggles to repeat 100-year-old eclipse experiment
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Eye safety a big concern during the solar eclipse
Total solar eclipse provides new way to study sun
Leading eclipse expert found her own path in the stars
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Timing eclipse totality across mid-Missouri
Mid-Missouri experiences less traffic issues than expected during 2017 eclipse
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Jefferson City prepares for eclipse events
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Amtrak tickets still available on the day of the eclipse
Mid-Missouri Public Schools planning day around solar eclipse
Preparations continue as solar eclipse draws near
Columbia business Kolu to launch travel app in time for eclipse.
Missourians attend meeting in preparation for eclipse
Mid-Missouri schools finalizing plans leading up to eclipse
Weighing work with an historic event: What are you doing August 21?
Mid-Mo Communities to host eclipse events
Viewer photos: Eclipse crosses mid-Missouri
Eclipse live blog: photos and video from the field
Rain stops moments before total solar eclipse in Boonville
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NASA highlights Jefferson City eclipse celebration
Crowds from all over share excitement over eclipse
Eclipse viewers say the trip to Columbia was well worth it
Donors receive eclipse memento
Missouri State Parks says don't use eclipse glasses agency sold
Mid-Missourians get creative in celebrating the upcoming eclipse
Missouri State Museum hosting eclipse program
Jefferson City eclipse turnout lower than expected
Solar eclipse tourism could bring more than $1 million to Columbia
Columbia optometrists see patients concerned about eclipse-related eye damage
Couple uses Airbnb to provide extra lodging for the eclipse
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Jefferson City, Cole County to waive liquor license fees for eclipse
William Woods campus closed to general public on solar eclipse day
Missouri is the most popular Midwest state for eclipse-goers using Airbnb
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Weather community prepares for the eclipse
Solar eclipse could affect your pet's behavior