An annular solar eclipse, with the moon passing before the sun, drew a crowd to Nyssa Middle School on Saturday, Oct. 14, for a viewing party.
The watch party was organized by Ava Anderson, chief science officer at the middle school.
The eclipse started in Oregon on the coast at Reedsport and moved southeast across the state. While Nyssa wasn’t directly in the path, observers still got a celestial show that created unusual shadows.
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