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Catch us next time? America's next one is in 2024
So you missed it. Maybe you're stuck in the office, traveling, at an ill-timed appointment, the victim of bad weather, unable to procure eclipse glasses, driving or simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. It happens.
Dark glasses: President Trump sees the solar eclipse
While Washington, DC, may not be experiencing the full totality of Monday's solar eclipse, politicians are enjoying this rare phenomenon and sharing their experiences on social media.
Analysis: Yes, Trump really did look into the sky
There's literally only one rule with eclipses: Don't look at the sun during them.
Watch: The sun goes dark again and again
The first solar eclipse to travel across the United States in 99 years began in Oregon and ended in South Carolina.