Two massive and rare events occurring in the same week. That has certainly raised some eyebrows, and it's only natural to question wether or not there is some correlation between the two, or even if there are some strange cosmic forces at work in the universe.
Did you take your kids out of school for the eclipse?
Scientists were able to get crystal clear images of the moon's shadow from a satellite that gives them a bird's eye view over the entire disk of the earth
The schools of Guernsey, Wyoming had more than 600 people camp out on their football fields.
Wyoming's office of tourism said Monday's solar eclipse was the largest event they've ever seen.
If you give them to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science for recycling, they'll give you $2 off admission and send them to Astronomers Without Borders to be used in the 2019 eclipse!
"We can get married under an eclipse that is happening right over your house?" he asked. And the idea for a once-in-a-lifetime photo-op was born.
The least populated state has seen total eclipses before but possibly never so many people.
It was dark for 2 minute and 33 seconds -- and just like that, things were back to normal (minus the big traffic jam in a town that's usually home to only 305 people).
Do they expire or lose their effectiveness?
The birds were the animals that reacted most to the eclipse because of the change in light.
The Eclipse babies are arriving in style here in the Triad on such a historic day!