Nice, Burton. Must be nice to have such a short drive to a decent length of totality! :-) Good luck with the CATE project!dannysperry
Sounds great. Just observing it is the way to go! At the very least, maybe set up a camera to do a time lapse just to see the shadow approaching, gettingdannysperry
Hi Danny,We live in Emmett Idaho which will have only 22 sec of totality. Going north to Crouch Id where I will be videoing the corona for the CATEbbriggs.rm
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