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Bwog gives you the student perspective on the 2024 Solar Eclipse at Columbia University.

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So much to do and see and dance to and sing about and we did it all! 

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People said some funny stuff while they watched the Lunar Eclipse last night. One man, all within a minute, on Low Plaza: “The moon is bleeding! The moon is disguised as Mars. The moon is hiding from Venus.” More questions and observations from the 150-ish people gathered to watch the sky eat itself: (At 2:05 AM) “We’re […]

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Lunar eclipse.

We just heard about an exciting astronomical phenomenon occurring this evening- a total lunar eclipse! Bwog is going out right now to try our luck against the encroaching clouds, but it ends 6:57PM EST, so get moving! Update: Reports from the steps are saying that it’s too cloudy to see…

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