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Esclipe a bust in South Dakota

Thousands of people from around the country and the world flocked to the path of totality during Monday's eclipse. From outer space, the eclipse was captured on Geo-Color Satellite, showing a black blop across part of the country.





Unfortunately, many of us were stuck back home under cloud cover from a storm system pushing across the region.





The next time the United States will see a total solar eclipse will be 20 years later, on August 23rd, 2044. The good news is that we will not have to travel as the eclipse will start in Greenland and travel through Canada before ending around our area in Montana, North Dakota, and western South Dakota by sunset.




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