On Aug. 21, 2017, a sum solar obscure done a approach from Oregon to South Carolina. Fourteen states were in a trail of sum dark — a initial time a sum obscure lonesome such a far-reaching swath of America given 1918.
NPR sent 21 videographers opposite a nation to constraint a impulse millions of Americans looked to a sky.
We met Troy Anders who got his initial tattoo commemorating a eclipse, Gary Wyman who was recently diagnosed with ALS and trafficked 11 hours to see a eclipse, and Charlottesville residents Beverly Ingram and Doreen Bonnet who pronounced a obscure brought people in their village together.
The subsequent sum obscure to pass by a U.S will start in 2024. Until then, watch this video and re-live a good American obscure of 2017.