SH060 – Eclipse Documentary: “Darkness Falls over Brasstown Bald”

In Episode SH060 of Star Hopping…

Star Hopping Returns! In this Star Hopping “Extra”, we’ll present our documentary of the Great American Eclipse, from our perspective from our selected viewing site, the summit of Brasstown Bald, the highest mountain in the state of Georgia.


So now that the eclipse and all its drama is finally over, I’d like to share with you all the events that occurred over Eclipse weekend, August 19th through August 21st, the day of the eclipse itself. Enjoy my documentary entitled “Darkness Falls over Brasstown Bald”.

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Credits for this Episode

  • Kissimmee Park Observatory
    would like to thank:
  • The Cradle of Forestry
    Interpretive Association
  • The Team at Brasstown Bald
    and especially Krista Robb
  • Blairsville Ga. Chamber of Commerce
    The Blairsville Eclipse Experience
    and especially Tobie Chandler
  • The Eclipse Expedition TeamPatrick Halpin
    Tony Viviano
    Les Krapf
    Brianna Gonzalez
    Sierra Story
    and especially Shelly Ann Hearn
  • Flag photo by Sharon Margetson
  • Digital video of Union County Fine Arts Center – Shelly Ann Hearn
  • All other videography and digital imagery – David M Hearn
  • Special Thanks to Xavier Jubier for the excellent software Solar Eclipse Maestro

2 thoughts on “SH060 – Eclipse Documentary: “Darkness Falls over Brasstown Bald””

  1. Thank you for putting this together and making it publicly available! I was there-what an amazing day it was, and this lets me experience it all again.

    1. Hi Amy! Yes this was a wonderful day and event, and I really enjoyed experiencing it withe you and my other 449 friends at the summit of Brasstown Bald!

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