These snapshots left us starry-eyed.
Nearly a century has passed since North America witnessed a total solar eclipse.
Well, eclipse day came and went. Some folks flocked to places like the Griffith Observatory, while others caught a glimpse during their normal routine.
"We're not going to take a risk," one Los Angeles school's principal said — of a child wearing faulty glasses, or of a child refusing to wear them.
California produces 40 percent of the nation's solar power. What does that mean for the state's power grid during the eclipse?
Officials are advising visitors to try to arrive without a car, and the park is offering extra DASH bus service from the Metro Red Line station up the hill.
If you didn’t get your hands on a pair of those special eclipse glasses, have no fear — you can make your very own eclipse viewer with the help of KPCC.