Gotta love the title of this video: ‘My brain stopped working.” This seems to to capture perfectly the sentiment shared by our own production crew out in the field when totality hit. There was just pure raw emotion.

Anyway, huge props to Destin Sandlin and his friend Trevor Mahlmann who figured out the math to predict the precise location (Crow Heart, Wyoming) that you could see the International Space Station transiting in front of the eclipse. Enjoy!

Feature photo: NASA Goddard Space Flight center

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