This Monday, thousands made their way to Washington, D.C., to witness the first solar eclipse in nearly a century. At 2:42 p.m., the moon eclipsed 81 percent of the sun with the next total eclipse not occuring in the U.S. until 2024.
In order to celebrate this year’s celestial phenomenon, Curbed DC has collected a myriad of photos and videos of this year’s summer event.
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Eclipse viewers pack office rooftop im downtown DC. pic.twitter.com/eRIHWH3pNI— Robert McCartney (@McCartneyWP) August 21, 2017
Hundreds of people watching the eclipse at Farragut Park in DC. pic.twitter.com/xi74I3G080— Kristopher Rivera (@kgrivera) August 21, 2017
Zero work done at the Swedish Embassy pic.twitter.com/CN3SSKvDGI— Brody Logan (@BrodyLogan) August 21, 2017
President Donald Trump looks up toward the Solar Eclipse without glasses from a balcony at the White House in Washington, DC today. pic.twitter.com/gc3mD4Q9V0— Jabin Botsford (@jabinbotsford) August 21, 2017