Theorized 'Bow Waves' Spotted During Eclipse

Theorized 'Bow Waves' Spotted During Eclipse
AP Photo/Don Ryan, file

A total solar eclipse by itself isn't so unusual—the moon shades the Sun every 18 months, from the view of somewhere on Earth. But this year's “Great American Eclipse” was special simply for how much inhabited land it covered, crossing the length of America from Oregon to South Carolina. And that led to some amazing new scientific observations.

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