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Jarod Cruz was one of many children at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center who watched the eclipse from the 12th floor board room. Photo by Jacque Estes

Eclipse gets kids out of hospital beds

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

Jarod Cruz was one of many children at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center who watched the eclipse from the 12th floor board room. Photo by Jacque Estes

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Jason Aufdenberg illustrated how two pieces of white paper could be used to see the eclipse safely. The eclipse was projected through the pin holes in the top paper onto the lower sheet. Photo by Jacque Estes

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

Jason Aufdenberg illustrated how two pieces of white paper could be used to see the eclipse safely. The eclipse was projected through the pin holes in the top paper onto the lower sheet. Photo by Jacque Estes

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Lindsay Cashio, assistant communications director for Florida Hospital, was one of many trying to take a photo with her camera by placing the glasses over the lens. Photo by Jacque Estes

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

Lindsay Cashio, assistant communications director for Florida Hospital, was one of many trying to take a photo with her camera by placing the glasses over the lens. Photo by Jacque Estes

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The "Sun Plotter" was one way ERAU's Dr. Jason Aufdenberg illustrated watching the eclipse. Photo by Jacque Estes

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

The "Sun Plotter" was one way ERAU's Dr. Jason Aufdenberg illustrated watching the eclipse. Photo by Jacque Estes

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Mary Brooks looks at the eclipse. Photo by Jacque Estes

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

Mary Brooks looks at the eclipse. Photo by Jacque Estes

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Zachery Attar and his grandmother Mary Brooks watch the eclipse from the 12th floor of Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center. Photo by Jacque Estes

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

Zachery Attar and his grandmother Mary Brooks watch the eclipse from the 12th floor of Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center. Photo by Jacque Estes

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Not everyone was interested in the eclipse. Three-year-old Jordan Remley was more interested in the crayons brought by ERAU and the birds flying by the window. Photo by Jacque Estes

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

Not everyone was interested in the eclipse. Three-year-old Jordan Remley was more interested in the crayons brought by ERAU and the birds flying by the window. Photo by Jacque Estes

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Zachery Attar of Ormond Beach, enjoyed time out of his hospital room during the partial eclipse. Photo by Jacque Estes

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

Zachery Attar of Ormond Beach, enjoyed time out of his hospital room during the partial eclipse. Photo by Jacque Estes

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Dan Browning made a pin-hole viewer for the event. Photo by Jacque Estes

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

Dan Browning made a pin-hole viewer for the event. Photo by Jacque Estes

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Dan Maronde and Jason Aufdenberg, both from ERAU show how simple pieces of paper can be used to watch an eclipse. Photo by Jacque Estes

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 |

Dan Maronde and Jason Aufdenberg, both from ERAU show how simple pieces of paper can be used to watch an eclipse. Photo by Jacque Estes

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