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It’s easy to understand why many people will view Monday’s solar eclipse as an act of God.“I would argue that God on purpose made the universe beautiful, and one of the beauties is a solar eclipse.” Ross is leading a trip to watch the eclipse for about 80 people interested in finding spirituality in science.They’re preparing Monday to travel down a dirt road into a field in Eastern Oregon, where they will wait for the sun to be blotted out.That means that anyone in the country can step outside and see some darkness. Pasachoff, a Williams College astronomer who has traveled around the world to witness an astonishing 65 eclipses — say that one truly has to see totality to really grasp the awe-inspiring nature of an eclipse.Even 99 percent, Pasachoff said, is nowhere near as dramatic as the moment it totally goes dark, which will last for up to two minutes and 40 seconds. Basically the universe gets a million times darker,” Pasachoff said.