Millions of Americans wheezed and moaned Monday as the principal across the nation add up to sun powered shroud in 99 years zoomed the nation over, astonishing many yet disappointing some whose view was darkened by clouds. For around a hour and a half the shadow of the moon hustled over mountains, plains, and forests at double the speed of sound, from the shore of Oregon to the Atlantic wetlands of South Carolina.
The eclipse initially reached Oregon on the West Coast before moving over twelve states to South California on the East Coast. The total solar eclipse took after a way over the United States from Oregon to South Carolina, finishing up at 2:44 p.m. ET. While the greater part of the nation saw a halfway obscuration, areas in parts of 14 states experienced totality.
Here are some photos where people watch the total solar eclipse.