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From the archives: 1974 partial solar eclipse

L.A. Times Sunday, 20 August 2017
Southern California residents tried to view a partial solar eclipse, but in many areas fog obscured the sun. In downtown Los Angeles, the fog lifted just enough for staff photographer for Bruce Cox to get the image above.

The Los Angeles Times' weather story the next morning included the following...
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News video: Eclipse in Indianapolis - RTV6 Meteorologist Kevin Gregory narrates as maximum eclipse is reachedin Indy

Eclipse in Indianapolis - RTV6 Meteorologist Kevin Gregory narrates as maximum eclipse is reachedin Indy 20:43

RTV 6 meteorologist Kevin Gregory was high up on the station's roof to watch the eclipse in Indy. He narrates this video of the maximum eclipse that was seen here at 91 percent. Indy will see a total eclipse in 2024.

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