Do the guys live in the path of totality of this month’s upcoming solar eclipse? I’d love to see their reaction to the stars coming out in a dark sky in the middle of the day. Last time I was present for such a moment I was in Piedmont Park in Atlanta. The sparrows and pigeons all collected in their roosting trees and went to sleep. And that wasn’t even technically a total eclipse because the earth and moon were closer together in their orbits so that even though the entire moon passed in front of the solar disk, there was still a glowing rim around it. If I remember right, that’s called an annular eclipse.
February 26, 2016