August 20, 2017 - The Day Before...

Thx @elena_SF_CA for this article about #eclipse eye safety from @ColumbiaMed #Eclipse2017

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

What really happens during a solar #eclipse.

— Mary E. Gilmore (@maryegilmore) August 21, 2017

Monday won't be a total eclipse for Ohio, but still cool. An appetizer for the 2024 buffet. Here is timing and viewing for cities tomorrow.

— Ryan Wichman (@Ryan_Wichman) August 21, 2017

Nationally known to astronomy buffs, @Astrozapceo gives a big gift to #CLE #eclipse fans. via @fox8news Thanks!

— CAA Astronomy (@CuyAstro) August 21, 2017

Planning to watch the total or partial #Eclipse2017 tomorrow? Please remember to do so safely!!! More info here:

— NWS WPC (@NWSWPC) August 20, 2017

.@techcentral_cpl made 300 pinhole viewers for tomorrow's #SolarEclipse! Pick one up tomorrow morning at Main Library. We open at 10a

— ClevelandPubLibrary (@Cleveland_PL) August 21, 2017

Hey, @wkyc! @techcentral_cpl created these pinhole viewers for the solar eclipse.

— ClevelandPubLibrary (@Cleveland_PL) August 18, 2017

I'm taking a #eclipse2017 vacation day to watch the #Eclipse!

Who else on the Twitterverse will be enjoying the day outside?

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017


August 21, 2017 - Tweets And Retweets On The Day Of The Eclipse!

3/3: Join us 8/21 for a #SolarEclipse2017 program at the Nature Realm: #akron #summitmetroparks (photo: @NASA)

— Summit Metro Parks (@metro_parks) August 16, 2017

RT @glsciencectr: It's the final countdown to #Eclipse2017! @ScienceDante shows you safely. #StayCuriousCLE

— DowntownCLE (@DowntownCLE) August 21, 2017

Latest eclipse weather and info: Clouds and shower threat may interfer with viewing in some areas. #clewx #ohwx #pawx

— NWS Cleveland (@NWSCLE) August 21, 2017

For all the #solareclipse questions I'm answering, I should be earning a paycheck from @nasa. #NASAspouseproblems

— Alicia Hansen (@aliciamhansen) August 21, 2017

Want to catch a glimpse of the #SolarEclipse today? Here's some safety tips from Cleveland Clinic.

— Cleveland Plus (@ClevelandPlus) August 21, 2017

Favorite viewer comment today: "It's stupid to have the eclipse on a Monday. They should have it on a weekend so more people can see it."

— Jen Steer (@jensteer) August 20, 2017

What time during the eclipse do we sing "turn around bright eyes".

— Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) August 21, 2017

#Eclipse Megamovie

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Loving today's @Google Doodle! (animated on their site)

— CAA Astronomy (@CuyAstro) August 21, 2017

Where are you viewing the Eclipse from today? Share with us! #forCVNP #2017eclipse #totaleclipse

— Conservancy for CVNP (@forcvnp) August 21, 2017

Sky, you have one job today, ONE JOB!!#Eclipse2017 #JourneyIntoThePathOfTotality

— Dante Centuori (@ScienceDante) August 21, 2017

People ALREADY waiting for eclipse glasses outside @GLScienceCtr @cleveland19news #EclipseGlasses #EclipseDay

— Alyson Bruner (@AlysonBruner) August 21, 2017

You're all acting awfully damn casual about this total eclipse of the sun.

— Jake Fogelnest (@jakefogelnest) August 20, 2017

With so many numbers being thrown around, there's confusion about solar eclipse dates.
I hope this helps.#SolarEclipse

— JD Rudd - News5 (@jdrudd) August 21, 2017

No. 14 welding glass#SolarEclipse

— Marty Calabrese (@216naturalist) August 21, 2017

tips for Eclipse viewing:

— PSYMBIONIC (@Psymbionic) August 19, 2017

— Dan Labbe (@dan_labbe) August 21, 2017

@ScienceDante FYI, the two apps you are using have higher rating for iPhone apps.

I will try them today. Thanks again.

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

I might make a pair of these. #EclipseGlasses #SolarEclipse2017

— Emanuel Wallace (@MannyWallace) August 21, 2017

Is something happening to the sun today?

— HBIC� (@KatieInTheCLE) August 21, 2017

Hear your favorite songs about the sun, moon & stars every hour throughout downtown Cleveland - or listen here:

— Rock Hall (@rockhall) August 21, 2017

Be careful during the #SolarEclipse today! Try to wear protective glasses!

— clevelanddotcom (@clevelanddotcom) August 21, 2017

Countdown until #eclipse: #Eclipse17

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

#SummitCounty Parks and libraries offer solar eclipse programs @metro_parks @FallsLibrary Aug. 21

— Falls News Press (@fallsnewspress) August 21, 2017


Arrival At Edgewater Park!

Long line for FREE #EclipseGlasses at @CleveMetroparks #Edgewater #Park but line moved quick@NASA @NASAglenn here for #Eclipse2017#Eclipse

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Thank U to donor who gave FREE #EclipseGlasses to @CuyAstro & @CleveMetroparks for people at #Eclipse2017 in #Cleveland!#Eclipse #ThisIsCLE

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Hoping local businesses and governments are paying attention; #CLE will be in the*center* path of totality in 2024! Biggest. Show. Ever.

— CAA Astronomy (@CuyAstro) August 21, 2017

BIG thank you to @Astrozapceo for the FREE #EclipseGlasses at @CleveMetroparks & @CuyAstro #Eclipse2017 event at #Edgewater #Park!#Eclipse

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

— brx0 (@brx0) August 21, 2017

— brx0 (@brx0) August 21, 2017

No need to worry about me looking at the #sun -- I found a @CleveMetroparks shade tree until #eclipse2017 starts here! #Eclipse

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Cool to see telescopes hear from @CuyAstro at @clevemetroparks!!#Eclipse2017 #eclipse

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Sun! @CuyAstro at @clevemetroparks!!#Eclipse2017 #eclipse

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

That's no moon #SolarEclipse2017

— Tom DeMichael (@AeroNutTom) August 21, 2017

It's not pretty but it's good enough to watch the eclipse

— Mike Reindel (@sntrym) August 21, 2017

Dude! Why'd you post that? I just went blind!

— Brian Musick (@BrianMusick) August 21, 2017

Thank you so much @CuyAstro for sharing your #telescopes at @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park!! #Eclipse2017 #Eclipse

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

i will block the sun

— The Moon (@daM00N_) August 21, 2017

45 minutes to Totality! Sunspot 2671 completely covered now#Eclipse2017 #JourneyIntoThePathOfTotality

— Dante Centuori (@ScienceDante) August 21, 2017

literally thought it was the apocalypse for a second

— Internet of Shit (@internetofshit) August 21, 2017

I'll be sun burned. 33C in the shade. #eclipse2017

— J�rgen Bosch (@Bosch_LAB) August 21, 2017

This is now deepest partial eclipse I've ever experienced. Only gets deeper now! #Eclipse2017 #JourneyIntoThePathOfTotality

— Dante Centuori (@ScienceDante) August 21, 2017

Dad at this eclipse thing brought a welding helmet and all I brought were cookies.

— Ginger Christ (@GChristCLE) August 21, 2017

Lot of people at Edgewater Park for Lost Economic Productivity Day.

— Nick Castele (@NickCastele) August 21, 2017

Thank you so much @CuyAstro for sharing your #telescopes at @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park!! #Eclipse2017 #Eclipse

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Mario looked at the solar eclipse without protection and he went to heaven don't be like Mario

— Chakra-X (@ChakraXcartoons) August 21, 2017

Shitty eclipse photo from my iPhone through my glasses!!!

— Justine Arreche (@ctrlaltjustine) August 21, 2017

#Sun photo using my #iPhone during #eclipse at @CuyAstro event at @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park!! #Eclipse2017

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

#Sun photo taken through #EclipseGlasses on my #iPhone at @CuyAstro #Eclipse event in @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park. #Eclipse2017

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

@clevemetroparks #EdgewaterBeach packed! West Creek Ohio and Erie Canal. Crazy busy today! My shot through my #EclipseGlasses #eclipes2017

— {Brian M Zimmerman} (@CEO_CleMetParks) August 21, 2017

Wise advice! Some of us will be using Ohio-shaped pinhole viewers laser-printed by @techcentral_cpl. Learn, have fun & be safe!

— Friends of CPL (@FriendsCPL) August 21, 2017

15 minutes!!!#Eclipse2017 #JourneyIntoThePathOfTotality

— Dante Centuori (@ScienceDante) August 21, 2017

I think the eclipse is coming to Ceveland - it's sunny but just a little funky sunny #BizapaloozaChat

— Ivana Taylor (@DIYMarketers) August 21, 2017

glasses check!

— Jason Crum (@jaybirdUKfan) August 21, 2017

It is definitely getting darker here!!

At @CuyAstro #Eclipse event in @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park. #Eclipse2017

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

5 minutes. I'm going zero dark thirty now!

— Dante Centuori (@ScienceDante) August 21, 2017

It is definitely getting darker here!!!!!

At @CuyAstro #Eclipse event in @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park. #Eclipse2017

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Our t::team put our science hats on to see the partial #Eclipse today! Hope everyone's wearing their glasses!

— thunder::tech (@thundertech) August 21, 2017

Went down by 10 degrees here. #SolarEclipse2017

— Stacy (@jukebox65) August 21, 2017

Now playing at the office: Total Eclipse of the Heart #Eclipse2017

— Aztek (@aztekweb) August 21, 2017

I honestly don't know what to say. Totality is incredible. Bring on 2024. #eclipse2017 @wkyc

— Betsy Kling, Weather (@BetsyKling) August 21, 2017

2:31 p.m., 84% coverage

— Jason Segedy (@thestile1972) August 21, 2017

Love how people are sharing their glasses at #SolarEclipse2017 in Main Library park

— Akron Library (@akronlibrary) August 21, 2017

Second that!!

— Dante Centuori (@ScienceDante) August 21, 2017

The eclipse in Cleveland about 2:30pm

— NWS Cleveland (@NWSCLE) August 21, 2017

See @wkyc filming @CuyAstro at #Eclipse event in @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park. #Eclipse2017

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

See @wkyc filming @CuyAstro at #Eclipse event in @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park. #Eclipse2017

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Maximum #Eclipse for #Cleveland.

At @CuyAstro event in @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park. #Eclipse2017 #ThisIsCLE

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

This was fun. #SolarEclipse2017 #CLEState

— Tom Horsman (@TomHorsman) August 21, 2017

— Jarryd Huntley (@JarrydHuntley) August 21, 2017

A nice lady gave us an eclipse viewer. Pretty rad!

— Jarryd Huntley (@JarrydHuntley) August 21, 2017

Spontaneous partial eclipse viewing gathering in Riverside Park - thank you for the telescope projection set up,...

— Chagrin Falls (@ChagrinFalls2) August 21, 2017

Getting much hotter here as #sun comes out!

At @CuyAstro #Eclipse event in @CleveMetroparks' #Edgewater #Park. #Eclipse2017 #ThisIsCLE

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Huge crowds outside of Kelvin Smith Library. We have never seen so many people leave their offices, labs, ect and come outside....

— Brandy Schillace (@bschillace) August 21, 2017

That's no moon

— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) August 21, 2017

#Eclipse2017 in Cleveland

— Tim Warsinskey (@TimsTakeCLE) August 21, 2017

I will never again be as popular with a group of strangers as when I let random people borrow the eclipse glasses my coworker gave me.

— Zee (@zspencer) August 21, 2017

Attemp to capture the solar eclipse with my 50mm lens

— Danielle Copp Ramsey (@daniellecopp) August 21, 2017

(whisper) the sun .... came back ...

.... wrong

— Glen Weldon (@ghweldon) August 21, 2017

�Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.�
- Dr. Seuss #Eclipse2017

— (@ThumbelinaIQ)August 21, 2017

Okay, these eclipse shots from NASA are amazing. 10/10 #eclipse

— RaphAB8 (@RaphTx) August 21, 2017

Did you see #SolarEclipse2017? We did! Keep sending in your pictures and questions by using #Eclipse2017

— NASA (@NASA) August 21, 2017

— J Wolfgang Goerlich (@jwgoerlich) August 21, 2017

We donned glasses & homemade shoeboxe viewers today for #SolarEclipse2017 in Cleveland & Columbus! Where did you watch?

— Fathom (@FathomDelivers) August 21, 2017

The #Eclipse2017 in #Cleveland goes until 3:51

Still more to see at @CuyAstro at #Edgewater

#ThisIsCLE #Eclipse

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

.@CMNHAstronomy's Clyde Simpson showing visitors a projected image of #Solareclipse2017. #solareclipse #eclipse2017

— CleMuseumNatHistory (@goCMNH) August 21, 2017

Can't believe our luck. Hole in the clouds opened up right in time. I'm hooked! @Karlaii got it on camera. #eclipse2017

— Fraser Cain (@fcain) August 21, 2017

My awful attempt at the partial #eclipse we saw here in #ohio as seen through a sunscope. @�

— Corey Ann (@coreyann) August 21, 2017

All gone!

Thank you @CuyAstro & @CleveMetroparks for the GREAT #Eclipse event in #Edgewater #Park.

#ThisIsCLE #Eclipse2017

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

EPIC! Today's Solar Eclipse seen from #Space on GOES-16 satellite across the United States. Animation via @NOAASatellites #SolarEclipse

— Mark Tarello (@mark_tarello) August 21, 2017

Totality awesome. #SolarEclipse2017

— Danielle Garbo (@daniellegarbo) August 21, 2017

#Eclipse2017 #Eclipse in Shawnee, Ohio over the last 45 mins

— Richard Lutz (@RichardALutz) August 21, 2017

The moon be like... #Eclipse2017

— McNeil (@Reflog_18) August 21, 2017

Cleveland, don't forget to save your Eclipse glasses - we're in the path of totality for the next eclipse in 2024!

— Sherrod Brown (@SenSherrodBrown) August 21, 2017

Is the spectrum band always present when photographing the sun? #lookscool #natureisawesome #eclipse2017

— Matt Snyder (@msnyder) August 21, 2017

#MagnoliaClubhouse viewing #SolarEclipse2017 #SolarEclipse #Eclipse #mentalHealth #endstigma #supportmentalhealth

— Magnolia Clubhouse (@MagnoliaCHouse) August 21, 2017

#SolarEclipse2017 and Chopper! Look away!! Look away!!

— Cleveland Police (@CLEpolice) August 21, 2017

#Eclipse2017 is good day to wear my @ScienceMarchCLE's #ScienceMarch shirt at @CuyAstro #Eclipse event


— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

The babe and I were totally prepared for today's #SolarEclispe viewing! #38weeks

— Michele Spring (@michelespringtv) August 21, 2017


1. publish a post-eclipse story called "how to know if you incurred eye damage"

2. lower text opacity to 50%

— Ariel Edwards-Levy (@aedwardslevy) August 21, 2017

My nephew Layton just sent me his picture of totality during #SolarEclipse2017:

— Kat Robison (@katrobison) August 21, 2017

Pro Tip: Bring a welding helmet to the next eclipse#Eclipse2017 at Lakewood Park

— Lakewood Citizen (@lkwdcitizen) August 21, 2017

The #solareclipse is upon us. I hope this day reminds us that we share a common origin in the stars & that we're citizens of the same planet

— Bill Nye (@BillNye) August 21, 2017

A telescope helps. #solareclipse

— Jen Steer (@jensteer) August 21, 2017

Witnessing #SolarEclipse17 from @DowntownCLE! #SolarEclispe

— Taylor Horen (@taylorhoren) August 21, 2017

Thank you to everyone who joined us this afternoon! Save the date: On 4/8/24, a total #solareclipse will pass directly over Northeast Ohio

— Lake Erie Nature Ctr (@LENSC) August 21, 2017

Hope this eclipse helps turn our next generation of kids into science lovers so we can knock off climate change denial once and for all.

— Adam Best (@adamcbest) August 21, 2017

Thanks for joining us to experience #Eclipse2017! Join us again in 2024! Check out our image gallery:

— NASA (@NASA) August 21, 2017

What it's like to

fly thru a #SolarEclipse.


— Tom Hall (@TomHall) August 21, 2017

#Sun in #Cleveland is back at @CleveMetroparks Edgewater Park! 91�

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017


Post-Eclipse Tweets And Retweets

Cool crescent shadows from a tree. #SolarEclipse2017

— David Montero (@DaveMontero) August 21, 2017

The trees in the park made great pinhole projectors for the eclipse .@clevemetroparks

— Mandy (@mandyandbingley) August 21, 2017

Happy Solar Eclipse Day from Edgewater Park!!! Watch safely and enjoy. #SolarEclipse2017

— Cleveland Metroparks (@clevemetroparks) August 21, 2017

Had a good time watching the eclipse with family and friends @clevemetroparks #EdgewaterBeach

— Christina Seabold (@HR8CS) August 21, 2017

Edgewater is a wonderful place to be for #SolarEclipse2017

— Eric J. Hewitt (@HewtwittOhio) August 21, 2017

Thank you!!!

— Corey Ann (@coreyann) August 21, 2017

Amazing in #Cleveland

— Patricia Terstenyak (@p7jt) August 21, 2017


— Cleveland State (@CLE_State) August 21, 2017

@UWYoungLeaders @UnitedWayCLE I enjoyed @CleveMetroparks Edgewater yesterday & today!

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

Nature dropped the mike today...#Eclipse2017 #JourneyIntoThePathOfTotality

— Dante Centuori (@ScienceDante) August 21, 2017

Great Solar Eclipse event at my alma mater @VASJHighSchool today. Photos and video at

— Great Lakes Geek (@GreatLakesGeek) August 21, 2017

The divided United States of America will unite today, sharing a cosmic event predicted by the methods and tools of science.

— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) August 21, 2017

For those not in North America, this is what the eclipse might look like

— andrew kaczynski (@KFILE) August 21, 2017

You can also cause permanent damage to yourself by staring at Twitter for too long. Yet here we are.

— Peter Suderman (@petersuderman) August 21, 2017

Solar eclipse viewing w Town & Country Garden Club on the @goCMNH #mentormarsh Wake Robin Boardwalk. Photo courtesy of Nan Patrick.

— CMNH Natural Areas (@cmnhnature) August 21, 2017

Happy Solar Eclipse Day! Today, Cheoah Bald on the #AppalachianTrail in North Carolina will experience a total solar eclipse!

Gary Sizer

— A.T. Conservancy (@AT_Conservancy) August 21, 2017

#eclipse2017 Guess what I'm doing on my radio show because there's no FCC regulation saying I�

— Ms. Marvel (@PattyMarvel) August 21, 2017

Send your eclipse glasses to this org and they'll send them to schools in South America/Asia for the 2019 eclipse.

— Clarissa Peterson (@clarissa) August 21, 2017

Scientist: The eclipse will be just like this...
People: Wow, you were right.
Scientist: Now about climate change
People: Shut up egghead

— I'm So Over This (@Johngcole) August 21, 2017

@EwingerJ Great article about #Eclipse2017 at @GLScienceCtr!@ScienceDante, you are in the #Eclipse event article on @ClevelandDotCom.

— Stuart O. Smith, Jr. (@sos_jr) August 21, 2017

The future looks so bright we're wearing #SolarEclipse17 shades! Thnx to @PNCBank @ShannonM_PNC & @KellyAmenPNC

— Paul_G_Clark (@Paul_G_Clark) August 21, 2017

.@ShannonM_PNC, you rock those #SolarEclipse2017 shades

— Kelly Amen (@KellyAmenPNC) August 21, 2017

Save your eclipse glasses today instead of throwing them in the trash. Astronomers Without Borders will post mailing address soon.

— Ariel Waldman (@arielwaldman) August 21, 2017

This captures the entire presidency in a single picture. Doing exactly what he's not supposed to do at the risk of lasting damage.

— Joel Searby (@Joel_Searby) August 21, 2017

80%+ totality earlier today, rainbow now... Pretty decent day I guess

— Michael C.Bazarewsky (@mikebaz) August 21, 2017

Wow! #Eclipse2017 was amazing. Did you catch the #SolarEclipse?

— City of Cleveland (@CityofCleveland) August 21, 2017

Dude. That was awesome. #eclipse #summitmetroparks @metro_parks #twinsburg

— Akron Black Bear (@AkronBear) August 21, 2017

Take comfort in knowing that roadways are currently clogged with a bunch of people who just scorched their corneas off. #SolarEclipse2017

— nascarcasm (@nascarcasm) August 21, 2017

Guess who played "Total Eclipse of the Heart" on a loop during @TheSpandexYears today?!?! #Eclipse2017

— Ms. Marvel (@PattyMarvel) August 21, 2017

Here's an #eclipse timelapse. We had a cloud in the way through totality, but you can see a how dark it gets at 100%, & Venus peeks out.

— Ben Ramsey (@ramsey) August 21, 2017

Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads. #EclipseGlasses #Eclipse2017

— Jon Rudder (@JonRudder) August 21, 2017

Through the iPhone - THIS is what the Eclipse looked like at totality. In person - BEYOND SPECTACULAR.

— Jason Nicholas (@JasonNweather) August 21, 2017

Wrapping it up from Jeff City! Hitting the road soon. Will post more Totality media tonight!#Eclipse2017 #JourneyIntoThePathOfTotality

— Dante Centuori (@ScienceDante) August 21, 2017

Remember, writers, don't look directly at your first draft. Put a cardboard box over your head first.

— Michael Northrop (@mdnorthrop) August 21, 2017

The International Space Station just pulled off the photobomb of a lifetime via @qz

— sreinbolt (@sreinbolt) August 21, 2017

The pin-hole camera you're using today was invented by a Muslim physicist. You're welcome. #SolarEclipse2017

— Rowaida Abdelaziz (@Rowaida_Abdel) August 21, 2017

Totality from Hodges, SC today. Quickly processed result showing the solar corona. Bright star Regulus is at left. #totaleclipse2017

— Damian Peach (@peachastro) August 21, 2017

While everyone is so excited about eclipse, please remember there are other fine IDEs and text editors.

— Venkat Subramaniam (@venkat_s) August 20, 2017

Hey climate-change deniers, the scientific community that predicted the #SolarEclipse2017 is the same one that says climate change is real.

— Beau Willimon (@BeauWillimon) August 21, 2017

Cheetah Conservation Station keepers spotted a Dama gazelle relaxing in a cascade of crescent #eclipse shadows this afternoon!

— National Zoo (@NationalZoo) August 21, 2017

We call this "sun TV." #SolarEclipse

— fox8news (@fox8news) August 21, 2017

Closer to peak view. #SolarEclipse

— fox8news (@fox8news) August 21, 2017

Eclipse watch! #solareclipse

— fox8news (@fox8news) August 21, 2017

ICYMI: See what the #SolarEclipse looked like in Cleveland

— fox8news (@fox8news) August 21, 2017

Still trying to find the words to describe today...#Eclipse2017 #JourneyIntoThePathOfTotality@GLScienceCtr

— Dante Centuori (@ScienceDante) August 22, 2017

What'd you think?! How cool was the eclipse? Share any photos you took!
: Elizabeth K. in Brunswick

— WKYC Channel 3 News (@wkyc) August 21, 2017

Today's friendly reminder. #SolarEclipse2017

— Playhouse Square (@playhousesquare) August 21, 2017

Photos from Edgewater Park�s solar eclipse viewing party

— Cleveland Scene (@ClevelandScene) August 22, 2017

These @Cleveland_PL fans loved their pinhole eclipse viewer from @techcentral_cpl. "It worked great!"

— Friends of CPL (@FriendsCPL) August 22, 2017

Give your #eclipseglasses 2nd chance! We will b collecting glasses 2 S.Amer & Asia schools 4 eclipse'19. Info coming.Don't waste. Donate!

— Astro w/o Borders (@awb_org) August 19, 2017

Today is the last day of the synodic month, the cycle from new moon to new moon.

— The Lunar Ephemeris (@LunarDaily) August 21, 2017

In the middle of totality. I could see the solar flares with my naked eye. Amazing detail for a handheld shot. #NatGeoEclipse #eclipse2017

— Terry Virts (@AstroTerry) August 22, 2017

Be careful who you hook up with today. Everyone looks good when you're wearing eclipse glasses.

— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) August 21, 2017

#SolarEclipse2017 as seen through a saltine cracker.

— Megan Wilson-Reitz (@WilsonReitz) August 21, 2017

I created and posted this fake tweet shortly after twelve noon.

It was a JOKE.

— David Hansen (@dhansenx) August 21, 2017

Dozens gathered at Edgewater Park to view the Total Solar Eclipse, today. #SolarEclipse2017

— Cleveland Metroparks (@clevemetroparks) August 21, 2017

Thousands jam Great Lakes Science Center for solar eclipse (photos)

— James Ewinger (@EwingerJ) August 21, 2017

Don't throw away your eclipse glasses -- donate them!

— March for Science (@ScienceMarchDC) August 22, 2017

Reuseday Tuesday: Hang on to those solar #eclipse glasses for #reuse! The next celestial event will pass over #CLE in 2024 #CuyahogaRecycles

— Cuyahoga Solid Waste (@RecycleCuyahoga) August 22, 2017

Here�s how to tell if the solar eclipse ruined your vision

— Business Insider (@businessinsider) August 22, 2017