I traveled to Nashville where almost a million people poured in to see the solar eclipse in the 93% ‘path of totality’ — and here’s what it was like

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For two minutes you understood what the hype was about, and then it was gone and you were left to go about your day.

That’s pretty much the summation of my experience traveling to Nashville, Tennessee, for Monday’s historic solar eclipse: a sublime two minutes that felt like exactly what you wanted but still impossibly short.

I was sent by my editors to chase the eclipse in Nashville predominately because it was the most convenient locale in the path of totality (the 70-mile wide stretch in which the moon completely covers the sun) logistically, but conveniently it also may have been the read more >>>

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