As the hullabaloo surrounding the Aug. 21 total eclipse of the sun swells by the day, a University of Colorado Boulder faculty member says a petroglyph in New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon may represent a total eclipse that occurred there a thousand years ago.
A petroglyph of what may be a total solar eclipse in the year 1097 as recorded by the Chaco Canyon,
New Mexico Pueblo people [Credit: University of Colorado at Boulder]CU Boulder…
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