Totality, dude


The total solar eclipse as viewed at 1:27 p.m. CDT Monday in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. As the moon slid in front of the sun, whoops and hollers could heard all around from the many people who made the trip to see the totality of the eclipse. The eclipse lasted a total of two minutes before the sun regained its prominence in the sky.

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The total solar eclipse as viewed at 1:27 p.m. CDT Monday in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. As the moon slid in front of the sun, whoops and hollers could heard all around from the many people who made the trip to see the totality of the eclipse. The eclipse lasted a total of two minutes before the sun regained its prominence in the sky.
http://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/08/web1_DSC_5158.jpgThe total solar eclipse as viewed at 1:27 p.m. CDT Monday in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. As the moon slid in front of the sun, whoops and hollers could heard all around from the many people who made the trip to see the totality of the eclipse. The eclipse lasted a total of two minutes before the sun regained its prominence in the sky. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette