VIDEO: Watch total solar eclipse in under 2 minutes
We brought you live coverage on TV and online. Click here for a look at videos, photos, and stories about this rare event.
The eclipse was the first in the Lower 48 states in 38 years.
VIDEO: DIY WITH DREW: Can't snag eclipse glasses? Make your own!
The sun, moon and Earth lines up perfectly on Monday, turning day into night for a few minutes from Oregon to South Carolina. A partial eclipse will extended up through Canada and down to the top of South America.
VIDEO: How will you power down for the eclipse?
The total eclipse on Aug. 21 lasted just 1 1/2 hours as the lunar shadow swept across the country.
VIDEO: President Trump watches eclipse from the White House
How are you celebrating this rare event? Share your photos and videos on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook by tagging them #abc7now and we may show them online or on TV!
- VIDEO: Watch total solar eclipse in under 2 minutes
- President Trump watches eclipse from the White House
- VIDEOS: ABC7 at Bay Area eclipse watch parties
- DIY WITH DREW: Can't snag eclipse glasses? Make your own!
- VIDEO: 7 ways to watch the solar eclipse in the Bay Area
- ASK THE EXPERT: ABC7 Weather team answers questions about solar eclipse
- What will the Bay Area weather be like for the eclipse?
- How to photograph the total solar eclipse with a smartphone
- Capturing the eclipse: camera pro tips to make the moment last
- How to safely watch the total solar eclipse
- How to make two simple solar eclipse viewers at home
- San Francisco's Exploratorium, NASA team up for state-of-the-art eclipse viewing online
- Bay Area telescope shop seeing boost in sales ahead of solar eclipse
- Here's how to look for solar eclipse shadows
- Bay Area astronomers heading north for solar eclipse
- Amazon offers refunds for faulty solar eclipse glasses
- Bay Area ready to witness solar eclipse in August
- What makes this eclipse so rare? And more facts and figures
- PG&E explains power shortage the Bay Area will experience during eclipse
- What's going to happen to solar power during the eclipse?
- Best places to watch the 2017 total solar eclipse
- Why are solar eclipses so rare?
- Some pretty cool science is gonna happen during the solar eclipse
- How will the total solar eclipse affect your animals?
- Krispy Kreme creating solar eclipse-themed doughnut
- UC Berkeley, Google team up for solar eclipse
- Californians asked to save energy during solar eclipse in August
VIDEO: Total solar eclipse 2017: Everything you need to know
The 2017 Path of Totality
NASA says, "This animation closely follows the Moon's umbra shadow as it passes over the United States during the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse. Through the use of a number of NASA datasets, notably the global elevation maps from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, the shape and location of the shadow is depicted with unprecedented accuracy."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.