You have to admit, Monday's Great American Solar Eclipse was pretty cool.
It's been nearly a century since the last coast to coast total solar eclipse.
The moon began to eclipse the sun this morning in Oregon. In Maryland, we saw about 80 percent totality.
Here's how Marylanders celebrate this once in a lifetime event:
- About 3,000 people watch eclipse from Maryland Science Center
- Nearly 100 people watch solar eclipse aboard sailboat on Chesapeake Bay
- Eclipse becomes a child learning tool in Joppa
Miss Monday's solar eclipse? Don't worry, another total eclipse will arrive in 2024.