Here in Miami, what we saw was pretty cool. But it didn’t get dark, and we missed the totality.
But happily Twitter exists, so we bonded with fellow eclipse lovers across the nation.
We got psyched with the help of our favorite scientists
The divided United States of America will unite today, sharing a cosmic event predicted by the methods and tools of science. pic.twitter.com/Q3lNrDLABA
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) August 21, 2017
We watched important simulations of the event
We tried re-enact the eclipse ourselves
— Amy Reyes (@amyreyes) August 21, 2017
We enjoyed the whimsy in the imagination of others
omg this gif pic.twitter.com/e8chp36bnt
— taco bella lugosi⚰️ (@biancaxunise) August 21, 2017
Then it started to get dark in other places
— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) August 21, 2017
The moon got cocky
— NASA Moon (@NASAMoon) August 21, 2017
As our turn got closer, famous Floridians got ready
— Brad Meltzer (@bradmeltzer) August 21, 2017
Some people used the eclipse as a less than subliminal message
— Melville House (@melvillehouse) August 21, 2017
If you say so, moon.
Some of the photos were amazing
— David Hume Kennerly (@kennerly) August 21, 2017
And then someone caught it from an airplane
— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) August 21, 2017