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Once in a Lifetime — Rocks Travel to Hopkinsville to View Total Eclipse

photo by Matt Gadd

photo by Matt Gadd

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For the first time in 100 years, much of the nation viewed a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21.  Mr. Michael Budniak and Mr. Larry Winegarden led a group of Trinity students to Hopkinsville, Kentucky, to observe the eclipse in the 100 percent coverage path.

ECHO photographer Matt Gadd was among the students who took the trip.

photos by Matt Gadd

A Trinity contingent heads to Hopkinsville to see a 100 percent solar eclipse.

 

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