(The Washington Post)
Health and Science
Timelapse: Watch Oregon's total solar eclipse in 30 seconds
People chasing the solar eclipse along the path of totality in Corvallis, Ore., were among some of the first Americans to see the total eclipse on Aug. 21.
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