Darkness Falls Across The Land As Total Solar Eclipse Passes Over U.S. It was dark during the day on Monday as the total solar eclipse traveled across the U.S. from Oregon to South Carolina. NPR heard from some people who witnessed the astronomical show.
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Darkness Falls Across The Land As Total Solar Eclipse Passes Over U.S.

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Darkness Falls Across The Land As Total Solar Eclipse Passes Over U.S.

Darkness Falls Across The Land As Total Solar Eclipse Passes Over U.S.

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It was dark during the day on Monday as the total solar eclipse traveled across the U.S. from Oregon to South Carolina. NPR heard from some people who witnessed the astronomical show.

ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:

And now another moment from the eclipse.

GARY LEVIN: Gary Levin (ph) here from Jackson Hole, Wyo. The sun is being completely covered by the moon. We're here with friends and family. Everything is getting dark right now. You can hear the excitement in the background. Diamond ring is here. It's here. And there's the total eclipse of the sun right now. Whoa.

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