The moon appears in front of the sun’s lower right quarter during a partial solar eclipse as seen through polarized glasses.

From the driver who showed me a pair of glasses in his glove box to the museum staffer t-shirt lauding the virtues of inquiry, it turned out not to be about the heavenly bodies appearing to rub shoulders over our heads so much as the people on the ground beside us, stopping to take it all in.

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