Your best photos of the 2017 total solar eclipse

There goes the sun, doo doo doo doo.

Partial solar eclipse from New York City
A partial solar eclipse from New York City
View of a partial solar eclipse from a rooftop in New York City.Glenn Orzepowski

Americans from coast to coast were psyched for August 21, 2017—and for good reason. This afternoon, the moon passed in front of the sun, making the sky go dark. Minutes prior, folks in doofy glasses poured into the streets. For a handful of moments, millions of people were all marveling at the same thing.

Today, for the first time since 1918, North America experienced the path of totality from sea to shining sea. We asked you to show us your favorite snapshots—be they from Oregon, Kentucky, Missouri, or Tennessee. Frankly, the offerings were so primo, we wanted to round up our favorites here.

Didn't get to upload or tag your favorite shots? Feel free to send us your #latergrams on Instagram; just tag them with #PopGoesTheSun. We'll be adding to this list all week.

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