Holy moly, that was awesome! Incredible, fantastic, amazing…there just aren’t the words to describe what it is like to experience totality. While I’m trying to come down to Earth and figure out how to explain how wonderful this was, enjoy the beautiful images captured by our readers from across the US and those from across the world who traveled to capture one of nature’s most spectacular events: a total solar eclipse.
The images from those seeing partial eclipses are wonderful, as well, and we’ll keep adding them as they come in (update, we just got some from Europe too). Great job everyone!
#Eclipse 2017 From Laval. Aug 21 2017. @CosmodomeLaval #meteoqc @universetoday pic.twitter.com/HFAeH695dD
— FelipeSg (@SanFelipeSG) August 21, 2017
#Timelapse of totality over Salem, #Oregon. So cool! #eclipse2017 @universetoday @JimCantore @ericfisher @StephanieAbrams @ZachsORoutdoors pic.twitter.com/TzV4Vil2xq
— Mike Cohea (@MikeCohea) August 21, 2017
Short video I took from McMinnville, TN. Can you see it!!! ?? #Eclipse2017 pic.twitter.com/zVNXvLOLSI
— Holly ? (@absolutspacegrl) August 21, 2017
That moment of #SolarEclipse2017 pic.twitter.com/8u8Xz79aWi
— Zaid Benjamin (@zaidbenjamin) August 21, 2017
Aerial panorama of the total solar eclipse over Kansas. Two minutes earlier it was still raining. #eclipse #eclipse2017 @DJIGlobal pic.twitter.com/1zSIsKlZ8E
— Romeo Durscher (@romeoch) August 21, 2017
Still sorting through the 850+ photos I shot today, a rough edit #Eclipse2017 pic.twitter.com/r4SC4YABtD
— Tony Rice (@rtphokie) August 21, 2017