If you haven't heard, the moon passed in front of the sun today—and it was something else! Actually, I don't know. I wasn't in the path of totality, so like many of us, I'm taking solace in the thousands of photos completely consuming the internet right now.
Below are a few shots from other intrepid photographers on the PM.com staff across the country, from Oregon to South Carolina, as well as other great shots from around the internet that've been easing my aching FOMO.
[Note: We'll be updating this post as the eclipse crosses the U.S.]
Are you in right now? Check out the livestream of 's coverage at the crossroads of the world 🌎!— Toshiba Innovation (@ToshibaInnovate)
The Eclipse Begins
Last thing they saw on Alderaan.— Dan Parsons (@SharkParsons)
The Eclipse Approaches Totality
Turns out if u use a disco ball during the eclipse u get eclipse reflections— Toenails (@joetoenails)
A Total Solar Eclipse
It happened! A total solar eclipse passes over near Perryville, Mo. Pic- via— Lynden Steele (@manofsteele)
Time lapse of from the parking garage at 10th and Q streets, Lincoln, Nebraska.— KevinAbourezk (@Kevin_Abourezk)
Hear the crickets? During totality of the crickets begin to chirp because they think it's night:— NASA (@NASA)
The Eclipse Fades Away (Until 2024)
Wow, someone caught the mid flight! Breathtaking. ❤️— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila)
Watch the moon's shadow move across the US in this geocolor loop from ! See more imagery @— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites)