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Houser to discuss shooting the eclipse at FGMS


Last updated 1/8/2018 at 12:15am

FALLBROOK – The most dramatic astronomical event of 2017 was revealed Aug. 21. That momentous day was the first time in 26 years or since 1991 that a total solar eclipse was visible in the continental United States in a 70 miles wide corridor from Oregon to South Carolina.

Millions of people witnessed the eclipse, some for the first and possibly the only time in their lives, as the next one won't occur in the U.S. until April 2024. Most people living in Southern California only heard about it or saw it on television.

For those who would like to relive the experience or would like to exp...

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