We’re Over the Moon About These #SolarEclipse2017 Photos

The Total Solar Eclipse of 2017, the first to sweep from coast to coast in 99 years, came and went Monday. Check out our photos of people watching the big event.

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Penn Field Hockey | Twitter
Penn Field Hockey tweeted about their water break during practice at the University of Pennsylvania.
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Tim Furlong | Twitter
NBC10's Tim Furlong tweeted this picture at the observatory in Smyrna, Delaware.
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Cydney Long | Twitter
NBC10's Cydney Long tweeted this shot from outside the Franklin Institute. Astronomy lessons were being given.
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Brandon Hudson | Twitter
NBC10's Brandon Hudson tweeted this picture of his cat Alex watching the eclipse on t.v.
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Logan Twp PD | Twitter
The Logan Township Police Department took a break to enjoy the historic event as well.
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Deanna Durante | Twitter
Small eclipse party in Montgomery County; eclipse glasses ready to go!
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James Gosser | Twitter
James Gosser tweeted this photo saying these "eclipse" glasses were NASA approved.
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Shitzu_max | Twitter
@shitzu_max tweeted this out. "Photo eclipse ready!"
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Ryan Anderson
This brother and sister stopped in awe of the historic sky.
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Deanna Durante | Twitter
Montgomery County had lots of eclipse-ready viewers.
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Sama Nalliah
People, like Raymond, were even stopping in parking lots to watch the moon move in front of the sun.
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Pamela Holmes
Makenzy created her own pinhole solar projector. Way to get creative!
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Deanna Durante | Twitter
Free glasses were being handed out in different locations.
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Deanna Durante | Twitter
Some places also had drink specials in honor of the event.
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Brittney
Brittney had an unexpected solar eclipse party at Makefield Elementary School. Check out what she watched the eclipse with.
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Sara Smith | Twitter
NBC10's Sara Smith and her two daughters were definitely eclipse-ready.
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This shot was sent in by Pilgrim Roasters in Manayunk. They had a pair of glasses they shared with customers.
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This woman is viewing the eclipse for two!
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@missy3081 tweeted this shot from Glenolden Library. This crowd is waiting in line for solar eclipse glasses.
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Raymond Holmes
At Calvary Chapel of Philadelphia, employees were well prepared with an eclipse-science experiment.
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Tim Furlong | Twitter
NBC10's Tim Furlong tweeted this shot from outside the Delaware Museum of Natural History. Look at that line!
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Dan Schwartz | Twitter
Dan Schwartz tweeted saying he was watching the eclipse with his speed graphic pacemaker.
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Excited Eclipse
Two men were clearly ecstatic to see the spectacle.
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Deanna Durante | Twitter
Hopefully everyone who took pictures protected their lenses!
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@utleyshairplugs | Twitter
This little girl at the shore got to see the sky through her glasses.
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@utleyshairplugs | Twitter
This whole crew down the shore was ready for the solar eclipse.
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