Hit about 40%. I didn't have glasses when I first looked, so I squinted through the cloud cover; you could see it well enough that way.
My eyes hurt afterward, though.
But yeah, with someone else's glasses I got to see it clearly, and it was pretty cool.
...It was freaking amazing. Like it looked like the sun was setting all around us but farther out was blue sky.
Yes, I was at 100%, somewhere in southern Illinois (Did anyone go to the Ozzy concert?), around 2 minutes of the whole thing, I guess.
(The crickets came out as well, just like they said they would.)
Great choice of music! This is really interesting. I like the textures you have going on. My only suggestion would be to phase the hi-hat sounding instrument in and out throughout the whole song. The element I'm talking about comes in at 1:28 and from that point on, some version of them is always present. Having the same part unchanged for a long time can cause listener fatigue. Maybe swap them out with something else partway through the song and then bring them back later? Overall, I really like what you did here. I think this same approach would work really well for the Metroid Fusion soundtrack.