During the 32 seconds of totality, the sky turned a purplish blue color. We were engulfed in silence. You could hear a pin drop. Immediately following the eclipse, Gary was one viewer that was interviewed by a local newspaper (Adelaide Daily Advertiser) for his thoughts on this amazing event.

Being at the center of totality during a solar eclipse is something that you should experience at least once in your lifetime. So make your reservations now, the next one is in November 2003, over Antarctica