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Eclipse Viewers Hanging out at the Visitor Center
Nevada

Part of the little crowd that converged on a little museum in Nixon, Nevada to watch the annular eclipse in May of 2012.  They had some activities set up to amuse the crowd before everyone's attention would be diverted to the sun, the moon, and their celestial hyjinks.

Copyright: Joe Griffin
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Upplösning: 6690x3345
Uppladdad: 22/05/2012
Uppdaterad: 23/07/2014
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Tags: pyramid lake; visitor center; eclipse; annular; nixon; nevada; desert
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