Here’s a message to anyone who just might be wanted by police: don’t ask the cops for a set of eclipse glasses.
The stunning image was taken during Monday's eclipse
By Monday afternoon, people were already freaking out about their eyes online.
Watch eclipse coverage from Georgia here.
Southwest Airlines Passengers from Denver to Atlanta got a high altitude view of the total eclipse from 37,000 feet, spending almost an hour-and-a-half in narrow eclipse track.
Minutes after the total eclipse ended, drivers hit the road to try and beat the traffic home.
Once it got dark Monday morning, he got down on one knee and proposed to his future bride.
You don't need glasses to watch here!
It's never to early to plan ahead, apparently.
GREENVILLE, SC – It's a historic total solar eclipse and for the babies born on August 21 the day is even sweeter.
What you need to know.