Awe-sun eclipse

SHS students view rare planetary event

Adhiti Chundur, Print Editor-in-Chief

ANTICIPATION. Seventh bell science classes view the eclipse through their special protective glasses. At SHS, students and teachers were in the path of 91 percent totality. The eclipse reached its peak at 2:29 p.m. Photos courtesy of Adhiti Chundur.
SUN IN THE SHADE. As the moon moves in front of the sun, the shadows of the leaves change. The eclipse is shown through the holes in the leaves. At first, the leaves were distorted sideways, but as the eclipse progressed, the shadows became a boomerang shape.