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Dan Wilson, Russell County, KY: Monday a Day of Awe from Sky

Tens of thousands of people traveling east was amazing, too

Daniel G Wilson writes:
Reference to the split sunset, I observed the same thing on the Pennyrile Parkway traveling from Hopkinsville, KY. At that time, I was on the phone speaking with my mother in Russell Springs, KY and she made comment that she could see the same thing as well. Monday was a "Day of Awe" from the sky. For me, I saw a beautiful falling star en route to Hopkinsville just before the break of dawn, witnessing the eclipse of 100% totality for nearly 3 minutes and the split sunset. Although it wasn't in the sky, the tens of thousands of people traveling east was amazing. Daniel G. Wilson, Russell Springs, KY

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Dan G. Wilson: Split sunset from Pennyrile Parkway

2017-08-23 - Near Hopkinsville, KY - Photo by Daniel G Wilson, Russell Springs, KY.
Daniel G. Wilson of Russell Springs, KY, had a highly unusual experience - while snapping this photo near the Great Solar Eclipse epicenter as he was leaving for home, talked with his mother in Russell Springs, KY, and she was watching the same phenomenon!

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