One year ago today the 2017 total solar eclipse thrilled millions.
Casper was one of the prime locations to view this eclipse, which was the first since June 8, 1918 to be seen across the entire contiguous United States. It was the first total solar eclipse since 1979 to be seen from the mainland United States.
Needless to say, it was a big deal.
Yesterday we published a gallery of our favorite photos from the eclipse and Eclipse Festival.
Today we give you our time-lapse videos of the David Street Station outdoor plaza during the entire eclipse.
One minute version:
Two minute version: