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Behind-the-scenes look at how solar eclipse glasses are made

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Spectators who want to witness the solar eclipse phenomenon safely without damaging their eyes need a pair of specialty glasses. NBC’s Maura Barrett joins TODAY with a behind-the-scenes look at how those glasses are produced, and how to spot out the fakes.