This video shows the results of a August 21, 2017 experiment during the 2017 Solar Eclipse to attempt to video the shadow of the Moon on the Earth. The experiment was successful but captured the images in high cirrus clouds not on the surface the Earth. It was performed at Latitude 43° 12' 57" North and Latitude 108° 11' 58" West, near Shoshoni, Wyoming. The equipment was limited to one pack load to be carried by one person. The observing site was selected to provide edge of the horizon views to the West and East track of the event. The Western view was captured by an Apple iPhone 6 on a tripod mount pointed at 300 degrees true. The Eastern view was captured by a GoPro HERO5 Black Ultra HD Action Camera ‑ 4K on a tripod mount pointed at 120 degrees true. The cameras were placed back to back, triggered before the event, and allowed to run without user adjustments. The videos were downloaded and assembled in Apple Final Cut Pro X without color adjustment. Limited audio was captured using build in microphones which capture ambient sound from three campground 1-2 miles around this observing location. A light aircraft overflew the site about 1 minute before start of totality and a number of boats were motoring in the nearby reservoir.
Video of the movement of the Moon's shadow were capture on high cirrus clouds by the Eastern viewing camera. the Western camera did not capture any indication of the Moon's shadow on the ground or clouds.
To see a high speed view of the moon's shadow on the Eastern clouds watch: https://youtu.be/WW8n4ZBP2B8

See the total Solar Eclipse from August 21, 2017 in 4K 360º in this video by photographer, artist and filmmaker Stephen Wilkes.
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Total Solar Eclipse 2017, Williams College Expedition led by Jay Pasachoff. Garmin 360 VIRB capture by Aram Friedman with help from Nova Friedman & Chris Laverty. This is our first attempt at a full 360 immersive capture of an eclipse. Some mistakes were made (quite a few actually) but we learned a great deal. I want to thank all of Jay's colleagues and students for their generous help, friendship and enthusiasm. A special shout out to my friend Robert Vanderbei whose knowledge of drift alignment saved the day. Having seen two prior eclipses this was my first with perfect skies. I had no idea how exquisite the light could be. Jay, I cannot wait to try this again… Aram Friedman

360 degree Video taken by the Weber State University HARBOR team.
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Video of the 2017 total solar eclipse above Idaho as viewed from a high altitude balloon in the stratosphere. You can see the Moon's shadow come from Oregon, pass below, then head towards Wyoming.
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We took our 360 camera to the 2017 Total Solar eclipse. we travelled to Wyoming so we could be on the center line of the eclipse path, giving us over 2 minutes of totality. WARNING: Unbridled enthusiasm contained in this video!

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Short video from the 2017 total solar eclipse. High in the mountains of Tennessee we were able to enjoy a full 360 sunset during nearly 30 seconds of eclipse totality. An amazing experience I was thrilled to be a part of.

This video is meant to show what it was like during the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 on the edge of Casper Mountain in Casper Wyoming. The video does not show the eclipse itself very well. It's just a realtime recording of what it was like to be there in 360.

This video is meant to show what it was like during the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 on the edge of Casper Mountain in Casper Wyoming. The video does not show the eclipse itself very well. It's just a realtime recording of what it was like to be there in 360.

This video is meant to show what it was like during the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 on the edge of Casper Mountain in Casper Wyoming. The video does not show the eclipse itself very well. It's just a realtime recording of what it was like to be there in 360.

This video is meant to show what it was like during the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 on the edge of Casper Mountain in Casper Wyoming. The video does not show the eclipse itself very well. It's just a realtime recording of what it was like to be there in 360.

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Raw footage of August 21. 2017 total solar eclipse seen from a golf course in Rexburg, Idaho. Taken with Samsung(R) Galaxy S7. Skip to about 2:01 to see 360° pan of what looks like the sky just before sunrise but all around.

Do you want to relive the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse? Here's a 360-video of the experience in Salem, Oregon! This time lapse allows you to experience totality and the 360-degree sunset.

Sorry for the low quality – this was an early test with this camera. Just glad it worked at all!

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