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Alyson's eclipse experience: On Monday 8/21/17 we were camping in Wheatland to watch the Solar Eclipse. When the moon was covering the sun, there was a 360º sunset. It was super pretty! Since we were in totality, the moon covered the sun completely so it went dark, you could look up and see stars! During the 52 seconds of totality, you could look up at the sun without needing glasses. In the picture, that's called the diamond ring, because it's like a sparkling diamond just as the moon starts to move across the sun. Then a star to the left. :)