WASHINGTON — For the first time in 99 years, a total solar eclipse crossed the United States on Monday.
An estimated audience of 200 million people watched the moon move in front of the sun, either in person, on TV or online.
If you missed this one, the next total solar eclipse won’t be until April 8, 2024 when it will move across North America from Mexico to Canada.
The next solar eclipse to go coast-to-coast won’t be until 2045.
If you’re waiting to see a total solar eclipse here in D.C., you’ll be waiting awhile. That won’t happen until Sept. 12, 2444.
Here are some photos of how people across the country and watching the eclipse.