Thanks to a mostly foggy and cloudy morning, the partial eclipse was partially obscured at its peak around 10:30 this morning, but that didn't stop many from going out to try to see it — hopefully using all the necessary precautions to protect their retinas!

The fog helped in part to give some glimpses and photo ops for some — I used my selfie camera to get the fuzzy photo below, but others fared better.

For Northern California, the next total solar eclipse will happen in 2045, as Vox explains, but in seven years' time, on April 8, 2024, parts of Maine, Vermont, upstate New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas and Texas will get to experience totality.



Photo: Brian "Bfly" Flynn

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