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August 21, 2017 is a day that many people will never forget, as it was the day of the Great American Eclipse. Apple World Today publisher Steve Sande was with a group of professional and amateur astronomers near the Grand Teton National Park just south of the centerline of the eclipse, and he captured the essence of the eclipse in this 22 minute and 38 second VR video. You'll see the progress of the eclipse from about 10 minutes before totality to the equal amount of time after, and hear the cheers of the group as they watch the eclipse. A team from the University of Colorado Fiske Planetarium was set up next to us with a GoPro six-camera VR rig that is visible in the video, while a second rig was lofted to 100,000 feet during the eclipse by weather balloon. 

If you're a fan of Apple devices of any type, be sure to visit Apple World Today at https://appleworld.today and who knows? You may see more of Steve's VR videos!
zak gonzalez1 yr ago
This is great! I wanted to go to the Tetons to see this, glad that I can after all, thanks!
rwqia ahemd1 yr ago
@Uyển Nhi Lê Nữ Agreed. I love that tool too.
Wonderful ! If you use a Veer editor https://veer.tv/veer-editor to fast forward your vid gonna be perfect
xMarta1 yr ago
Astronomical wonder