Total solar eclipse 2024: Pictures from around the web

The path of totality and times of 'greatest eclipse' in the U.S.
(Image credit: Michael Zeiler/

The highly anticipated total solar eclipse is here and we're rounding up the best images of the phenomenon from across the web and social media. Here is where you'll find the first and the latest eclipse images, as they come in. 

The path of totality will cover parts of Mexico, America and Canada. For more information on the event, you can check out our Total Solar Eclipse Guide or our live blog for regular updates, as they happen. If you would like to, you can also share your images with us by emailing them to

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  • DaGuyDaGuy
    Thank goodness for the NASA live feed. I was watching the Weather Channel but could no longer stand their air-head bimbo spewing the word-of-the-day 'Totality'. I finally switched to CNN on TV with the NASA feed on my computer. With the sound off on both.