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A Picture of the Partial Eclipse

A Picture of the Partial Eclipse

The 2024 Total Solar Eclipse began at 1:50PM in Indianapolis. Totality began at 3:06PM and ended at 3:10PM. The eclipse ended completely at 4:23PM. I took this picture at 2:41PM, 25 minutes before totality.
Watch an exciting 3 minute video I made and see for yourself what it was like to experience the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Plxtszzc8xc

George Washington Statue

George Washington Statue

A towering statue of George Washington on grounds of Indiana State Capitol in Indianapolis. “First in War. First in Peace. First in the Hearts of His Countrymen.”

A Brilliant Total Solar Eclipse

A Brilliant Total Solar Eclipse

The 2024 Total Solar Eclipse was incredible and mesmerizing to see. Viewed from Indianapolis, I took this picture during totality, which lasted 3 minutes and 46 seconds. The temperature dropped a few degrees about 25 minutes before totality. Despite the sky being bright and sunny, the intensity of the sun dimmed noticeably a half hour before the total eclipse. During totality, the entire area and sky looked how it would appear a few minutes after sunset. It was dark but certainly not pitch black. The moment totality ended the city instantly became fully illuminated and you could no longer look at the sun without the protective glasses. Watch an exciting 3 minute video I made and see for yourself what it was like to experience the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Plxtszzc8xc

Rainbow In Indianapolis

Rainbow In Indianapolis

A small rainbow above the Indiana State Capitol building in Indianapolis. Light rain moved through downtown this afternoon. Tomorrow is the eclipse of the sun with nearly 4 minutes of totality over Indianapolis!

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