Moon and Sun Dance Together in Wyoming’s Sky: A Celestial Spectacle

On a memorable day, August 21, 2017, observers near Banner, Wyoming, were treated to a breathtaking spectacle as the Moon slid across the Sun, marking the peak of a partial solar eclipse. This celestial event was part of a total solar eclipse that carved its path across a slender section of the United States, stretching from Lincoln Beach, Oregon, to Charleston, South Carolina. Not confined to the U.S. alone, the partial eclipse was also visible from various locations across North America as well as parts of South America, Africa, and Europe, inviting a global audience to witness this natural phenomenon.

Photograph Courtesy: NASA/Joel Kowsky

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