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The Great Vermont Eclipse: Reflections on totality

On April 8, 2024, midday skies darkened over Vermont as a total solar eclipse cast the shadow of the moon across a swath of North America. Vermont Public’s team of filmmakers spread out along the path of totality. Over the course of the day, we spoke to dozens of people: families, solo travelers, eclipse chasers, amateur astronomers, scientists and more. It was a day for everyone to see and feel the power of the cosmos, and gaze up in wonder at our universe.

See all of Vermont Public's coverage of the April 8 solar eclipse.

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