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Old 11-10-2019, 04:26 PM
 
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Originally Posted by harry chickpea View Post
It got dark enough that my camera picked up the planet Mercury, off a few degrees from the sun. Dark enough for me. Difference in darkness levels may relate to how many clouds and how much moisture in the air could refract light into the total eclipse zone.
Dark enough for me too . There was concern of it becoming cloudy in the Pacific NW, but as it turned out, the sky was perfectly clear. The temperature was very warm, but during the totality, I could feel the air briefly become noticeably cooler.
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