Posted: Aug 21, 2017 11:50 AM CDT
Updated: Aug 21, 2017 03:19 PM CDT
People gathered in cities across the United States, from Oregon to South Carolina, to watch the solar eclipse. Here, people gathered at Grand Reton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming.
People wait and watch just seconds before totality in Salem, Oregon.
Grand Teton National Park employee Morgan Squires waits to help people at the park.
People set up telescopes and cameras at South Mike Sedar Park in Casper, Wyoming.
Brian Marriott of Boston traveled to Casper, Wyoming, for the total solar eclipse.
Beachgoers dressed in festive attire for the eclipse in Isle of the Palms, South Carolina.
People built a "sand eclipse" on the beach in Isle of the Palms, South Carolina.
The moon started passing in front of the sun in this image from NASA from Ross Lake, Northern Cascades National Park, Washington.
The moon passes in front of the sun during the solar eclipse from Ross Lake, Northern Cascades National Park, Washington.
A view of the total eclipse of the sun over Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming.
President Trump along with first lady Melania and son Barron watch the solar eclipse from the Truman Balcony at the White House.
Rome Braves baseball players watch the eclipse at Spirit Communications Park in Columbia, South Carolina.
A view of the solar eclipse from an Alaska Airlines flight.
People gather at a Holiday Inn in Nashville, Tennessee, to watch the eclipse.
People in New York City watch a partial eclipse from the roof deck at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.
A total eclipse with the "diamond ring" effect at South Mike Sedar Park in Casper, Wyoming.