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  • A number of RASC members took part in an expedition by train to Wivenhoe, Manitoba to view this eclipse; many others observed from Québec.

  • This eclipse was notable for an expedition to Tuktoyaktuk, NWT.

  • Southern Manitoba was ground zero for this highly-anticipated eclipse.

  • The weather in southern Ontario was less than cooperative, but the Toronto Centre sent out a busload of 45 members on a 2½ day bus trip to catch 13 seconds of annularity for only $175.

  • The RASC chartered a plane to view this total solar eclipse from Baja Mexico.


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