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Since the total solar eclipse last week we’ve seen the doggo…

Since the total solar eclipse last week we’ve seen the doggo eclipse, the weather satellite view, and even a toastal eggclipse. Now gaze upon the awesomeness that is the view of the eclipse from three cameras strapped to a high-altitude balloon released over the totality zone in Central Oregon by by Liem Bahneman, a self-described “armchair aeroscience geek.”

“There were three still cameras (one being a Ricoh Theta 360) and a GoPro recording video. This is the edited video, showing launch, the shadow of totality passing, and the last 40 seconds is the last of the footage before the battery died.”

[via My Modern Met]

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