DENVER — The solar eclipse darkened skies over Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska for hours on Monday afternoon, and millions watched the event.
Denver7 live streamed the entire event, but the peak of totality could be seen at 11:47 a.m. Watch the video above to see totality. Embedded below is a time-lapse video of the full eclipse as seen from Glendo Reservoir in Wyoming:
Denver7 photographer captured the eclipse from Jackson, Wyoming.
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During the eclipse, temperatures dropped eight degrees in Colorado. Find out what else we learned from the eclipse here.