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The World Came For Eclipse Totality in Rural Sabetha, Kansas

People from all over the world came to see totality in Sabetha, Kansas at 1:04 p.m. Monday. (Photo: Sam Zeff, Kansas News Service)    Shifting cloud cover obscured the first solar eclipse to traverse the country in nearly a century as it crossed northeast Kansas Monday.

People all across the region attempted to catch a glimpse of the total solar eclipse yesterday—often through cloudy and at times stormy weather. Sam Zeff, of the Kansas News Service, spoke with sky watchers from around the world who gathered in the small town of Sabetha, Kansas about an hour north of Topeka.


          

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