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Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2012 7:22 pm | Updated: 7:24 pm, Wed May 9, 2012.

    Eyes to the sky will be taking in a rare near-total solar eclipse the late afternoon of Sunday, May 20.

    Amateur astronomers will be stationed at various locations around the Klamath Basin to help people view the event. The Klamath County Museum will stage free viewing parties in Midland and Macdoel. Viewing events also are planned at Lava Beds National Monument and Crater Lake National Park.

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