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Solar Eclipse #1115028

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 21, 2017
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(Charleston, South Carolina: David Muir) The first total solar eclipse in the Us since 1918 introduced; satellite weather map & photos of eclipse viewers shown.

(Madras, Oregon: Matt Gutman) The great American eclipse featured; scenes shown from Lincoln City & Madras Oregon, of the darkness; Alliance, Nebraska, where there is a replica of Stonehenge; cloudy Carbondale, Illinois; Kelly, Kentucky; Charleston, South Carolina & of traffic afterwards. [In Rigby, Idaho, ABC's Eva PILGRIM†- shows the traffic.] [In Madras, California VISITOR - comments.] The "great American escape" via traffic discussed.

(Charleston, South Carolina: David Muir; Nashville: Ginger Zee; Lincoln City, Oregon: Rob Marciano) The temperature drops in Tennessee during the eclipse & the sun's corona during the eclipse discussed; scenes shown of time-lapse of clouds & of the sun before, during & after totality.

Muir, David;
Gutman, Matt;
Zee, Ginger;
Marciano, Rob

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