Eclipse In Wyoming

21 Aug, 2017 |


On Monday, the did team building with an amazing camping trip to watch the totality of the solar eclipse. There hasn't been a solar eclipse in this area in 99 years, making the short trip for a once in a life time opportunity an extremely unique and exciting team experience.

The Eclipse itself took almost three hours from start to finish. But when it started getting really close to completely blocking out the sun, you could actually feel the temperature drop and the wind pick up. When the moon covered the sun in totality, it was a completely dusky entrancing moment. It became so dark that you could even see Venus in the sky. For a full two minutes, the glow of the sun coming off the moon was all any one was watching.

Posted By: Joe

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