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Seeing Totality

The Moon totally obscures the Sun in this image. The Moon is a black circle and light from the Sun surrounds the Moon's border.
NASA/Keegan Barber

On April 8, 2024, a NASA photographer captured the total solar eclipse in Dallas. A small part of North America, from Mexico’s Pacific coast to the Atlantic coast of Newfoundland, Canada, saw the total solar eclipse, while all North America and parts of Central America and Europe saw a partial solar eclipse. The next total solar eclipse that will travel across the lower 48 states from coast to coast is in 2045.

See more photos of the eclipse on Flickr.

Image Credit: NASA/Keegan Barber