Thanks go to Bryan Maltias for capturing the anticipation, excitement and amazement of witnessing a solar eclipse.
Eerie, scary, strange stuff (mysterious more than even the Matt Harris track). The day goes dark, cold. Animals go quiet. People stop.
Moon block. Totality. But not the end of the World.
A rapidly moving mega-shadow is cast on Earth some 165 miles wide.
Jets and scientists may lead the chase before thankfully the light gets switched back on.
Some day in the future, when the moon's orbit shifts slightly further away, solar eclipses will occur no more.
Then what will cast the largest shadow?