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Why can’t I explain the total eclipse? Having a hard time explaining your total eclipse experience to friends who missed totality? You’re not alone. Dr. Kate Russo witnessed her first total solar eclipse in Europe in 1999 and was enthralled. “I felt time stop,” she says, but she couldn’t figure


NASA TV at the Museum of Idaho

Dr. James Green, NASA Director of Planetary Science, watches and discusses the total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017, outside the Museum of Idaho with NASA TV’s Gay Yee Hill. Dr. Green also explains NASA’s launching of dozens of balloons with scientific experiments, which use the eclipse to simulate atmospheric
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s Joe Witte, Museum of Idaho staff, and crowds gathered at the museum discuss the total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, in a report from EastIdahoNews.com. The report highlights some of the shadows, planets, corona, and other unique sights visible during the eclipse, as well
A quick clip of the total eclipse as the moon passes through the sun. Broadcast from NASA TV in Idaho Falls, Idaho

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