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Eye specialists say that at this point, they don’t expect to see any additional patients coming forward.
You can take your eclipse glasses to libraries in St. Louis and St. Charles counties as well as the St. Louis Science Center.
"We can get married under an eclipse that is happening right over your house?" he asked. And the idea for a once-in-a-lifetime photo-op was born.
It can take months, even a year, for eyes to return to normal — if it they do at all.
Bryan Kluge and Lauren Summerville tied the knot during the total solar eclipse after nine years together.
It's a historic total solar eclipse and for the babies born on August 21 the day is even sweeter.
Is the view better in the air than on the ground? We sent Ryan Dean to find out.
There were some native species, like cardinals and cicadas, who were chirping frequently throughout the eclipse.
Thousands of people filled Ste. Genevieve for a chance to see a total solar eclipse.
Students across the area got a tangible science lesson in real time as a total solar eclipse swept across the bi-state.
Now that the total solar eclipse has come and gone, what should you do with those glasses? One organization wants them to help others see future eclipses.
It's never to early to plan ahead, apparently.