While there’s been a lot of talk of eclipse glasses and watch parties and as so many Texans prepare to look up at the sky Saturday for the partial solar eclipse, there’s a group of Lone Star residents who can’t experience the myth-shrouded phenomenon: the visually impaired. But a group of Harvard and University of Texas at San Antonio staffers came together to turn the sun’s temporary dimming into a sound, ensuring those who can’t quite see the eclipse can share in the experience.

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