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You survived the 2017 total solar eclipse without going blind thanks to your eclipse glasses. Good job. But now what do you do with those weird paper specs?
"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.
There's a viral photo floating around the internet that claims the kid in the photo stared at the solar eclipse on Monday without proper eclipse glasses.
State Police Capt. Jennifer Sandlin confirmed the women hit by the car were viewing the eclipse.
Once it got dark Monday morning, he got down on one knee and proposed to his future bride.
It's never to early to plan ahead, apparently.
The next total solar eclipse in the U.S. will be in 2024. The next coast-to-coast one will not be until 2045.
The last time a solar eclipse swept the country was back in 1918 -- and everyone again experienced it Monday, Aug. 21, 2017.
The International Space Station just photo-bombed the eclipse.