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2 minutes, 22 seconds — witnessing a total solar eclipse

minutes and twenty-two seconds. A brief moment in time when, for those of us in the path of totality, it seemed that the world stopped turning. First a full circle, diminishing to a sliver, then — nothing. The sun disappeared, darkness came upon us. For those two minutes and twenty-two seconds we gazed upon a […]
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Shana Goldberg

IJN Assistant Publisher | shana@ijn.com

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