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Behind the Solar Eclipse 2017

Cassandra Bennett, Editor in Chief

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The worldwide spectacle known as the ‘The Solar eclipse of 2017’ occurred on August 21, 2017 at roughly 10:14 am in California.. All of North America took a moment to look up at the phenomenon of of the moon crossing over sun. Woodcreek High School students were lucky enough to leave their classroom and gaze up with protection at this wondrous sight. Using specialized solar eclipse safety viewing glasses, all students were protected in watching the eclipse. For some students this was their first time seeing an eclipse and got to do so with their peers.The last time North American’s saw a total eclipse was in 1979 which lasted about roughly 3 hours. The best viewpoint to witness this year’s eclipse was in Oregon and Idaho. But as evidence form today, even in California people still enjoyed a once in a lifetime experience of a solar eclipse.

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