On a mountain in Wyoming, the eclipse brings wonder — and, hopefully, answers

2017 total solar eclipse

TOTALLY AMAZING  Keon Gibson, an intern for the National Center for Atmospheric Research, shot the moment of totality through a telescope atop Casper Mountain, Wyo., on August 21. The corona stretches around the moon-blocked sun. The star system Regulus is visible at bottom left.

Keon Gibson

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