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Topic - Dean Regas
"If people want to make the absolute most of it, and get every single last millisecond of looking, that's where you want to be," said Dean Regas, an astronomer at the Cincinnati Observatory.
"I've only seen one total eclipse in my life, and it is the most incredible experience you'll ever see," Regas said.