The Great American Solar Eclipse has arrived, and we'll be providing you a live feed of updates from all the action Monday around the nation.
A spectacular sight has begun to unfold nationwide Monday afternoon, as the moon moves slowly in front of the sun for the first total solar eclipse in the continental United States in nearly four decades.
The “band of totality” stretches from Oregon all the way to South Carolina, and the drama will unfold over a period of hours on Monday.
Follow the live feed of updates below to stay on top of the action.
UPDATE 3:01 p.m.: With the total eclipse having come and gone, some spectacular imagery is coming in.
didn’t realize what “total eclipse” meant 😳 pic.twitter.com/CxrHqnzcW7
— cristian (@StayCalmCris) August 21, 2017
I will say that a total eclipse plus a thunderstorm is a bit apocalyptic. pic.twitter.com/4WbIMWGpfV
— Nash (@Nash076) August 21, 2017
— Robert (@RobStrok) August 21, 2017
UPDATE 2:12 p.m.: Missouri has gone dark.
— NewsChannel 8 (@NewsChannel8) August 21, 2017
Update 1:19: Totality achieved in Oregon. Live stream here.
Update 12:51: Watch the eclipse unfold from anywhere in the U.S. vis NASA’s live feeds.