Today, millions of people across the United States turned their heads skyward to watch as the moon briefly obscured the sun's glow.
This was the first total solar eclipse to travel across the continental U.S. in nearly a century. Over the course of 100 minutes, the moon's shadow traveled from coast to coast, completely obscuring the sun in 14 states, while the rest of North America watched a partial eclipse.
Excitement ran high in anticipation of the event. Special gear was bought, celebratory stamps were printed, apps were created and many people traveled hours or even took chartered flights to catch a glimpse of the celestial show. If you weren't able to see the event in person or online (or if you want to relive it) take in this collection of images of the eclipse from across the country.
For those worried about missing out, have no fear: the continental U.S. will see another solar eclipse just seven years from now, when the moon will cast a shadow from Texas to Maine.
This article will be updated as more photos become available.