11 Awesome Pics of America's Solar Eclipse (& the People Watching It)
At Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois, people gather at the school's football stadium to check out the eclipse.
Two young girls in Boston get creative to watch the eclipse, making viewing devices out of shoe and cereal boxes.
A sliver of the sun is seen in Alliance, Nebraska, which was along the path of totality.
At Carhenge in Alliance — a replica of Stonehenge made of vintage cars — people gather to watch the eclipse.
A group of friends on the East Coast takes a pool break to catch the eclipse.
Just before the moment of totality in Alliance.
In Boston, a woman is very excited about the solar eclipse.
The moment of totality hits St. Louis, Missouri.
In Mexico City, eclipse-watchers look at the sky through telescopes.
In Casper, Wyoming, the eclipse begins.
A glimpse of the eclipse makes its way through the clouds in San Francisco.