Eclipse Mania and the Disappointing Result

GROVE CITY, Pa. — This Monday afternoon, early in the 3 p.m. EST hour, I joined a throng on the campus of Grove City College to stare upward at the sky. That isn’t something we normally do. We did so in hopes of seeing an eclipsed Sun, estimated to be around 97 percent in our area.

Eclipse mania swept these parts in recent days. On Saturday, I drove I-80 from the Penn State exit to the Grove City exit about 24 miles from Ohio. Much of that route was ideal for eclipse watching today. At one point along that stretch is the highest elevation on I-80 east of the Mississippi River.

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