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A full solar eclipse show can be a once in a lifetime event for many, and from Oregon to South Carolina in a 70 mile wide path, onlookers lined up for the full show. If you weren’t able to catch the full eclipse ABC News has the full show for you:

“For a couple of minutes, the temperature dropped, dusk fell in midday, and the sun was replaced by a circle of wispy white light — the glow of the solar corona, which is visible only when the moon directly blocks the sun’s rays…” [ Read more here ]