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 //The radiation from the Sun can damage the eyes, and care should be taken to always use special protection when any part of the solar disk is visible!// //The radiation from the Sun can damage the eyes, and care should be taken to always use special protection when any part of the solar disk is visible!//
  
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   * **The //safest //way to observe the eclipse is to use a pinhole to project the image of the disk of the Sun on a white piece of paper. **   * **The //safest //way to observe the eclipse is to use a pinhole to project the image of the disk of the Sun on a white piece of paper. **
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