Total Solar Eclipse 2016 | Live Coverage from Micronesia
If the moon crosses in front of the sun and nobody sees it, did it really happen? (Answer: yes.) Few people saw the March 2016 total solar eclipse with their own eyes because the path of totality—the area on Earth where you see the moon fully covering the sun—was only 100 miles wide. Our webcast team traveled to the coral island of Woleai, in the Pacific Ocean 500 miles north of New Guinea, to bring you this amazing phenomenon, and you can relive it here.