We watched the eclipse from a rest stop in Kentucky, where the scene reminded me of an old sci-fi-fi movie—people standing transfixed with their eyes looking upward as if space aliens were descending, as a strange twilight pall covered the earth. What fun! If you missed it, you’ll find a clip below where you can enjoy the experience vicariously.
2017 North America Total Solar Eclipse Close-up Real-time 4K
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