Area residents enjoy the eclipse

Photo by Mark Sawyer  Ford Motor Co. employees watch the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse outside the World Headquarters office in Dearborn. The best visibility for the solar eclipse in metropolitan Detroit took place just before 2:30 p.m. where the moon covered 79 percent of the sun. For the first time in 99 years people were able to view the solar eclipse from coast to coast in the United States.

Photo by Mark Sawyer
Ford Motor Co. employees watch the Aug. 21 solar eclipse outside the World Headquarters office in Dearborn. The best visibility for the solar eclipse in metropolitan Detroit took place just before 2:30 p.m. where the moon covered 79 percent of the sun. For the first time in 99 years people were able to view a total solar eclipse from coast to coast in the United States.

 

Photo by Dana Salayon Global Team Blue employees watch the total solar eclipse outside their office in Dearborn.

Photo by Dana Salayon
Global Team Blue employees watch the solar eclipse outside their office in Dearborn.

 

Photo courtesy of the Arab American National Museum  Staff from the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn watch the eclipse from the roof of the museum in Dearborn.

Photo courtesy of the Arab American National Museum
Staff from the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn watch the solar eclipse from the roof of the museum in Dearborn.

 

Photo by Joshua Beurer  Greenfield Village 1850s presenters watch the solar eclipse in Dearborn,

Photo by Joshua Beurer
Greenfield Village 1850s presenters watch the solar eclipse in Dearborn,