Phoenix Weather Summary: 74 degrees
Eye specialists say that at this point, they don’t expect to see any additional patients coming forward.
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Long before Alexis 'Lexi' Greenleaf married Terran Travis under the bright corona of a solar eclipse, she had a conversation with her father about the convenient location of the family home, The Borough House Plantation.
"We can get married under an eclipse that is happening right over your house?" he asked. And the idea for a once-in-a-lifetime photo-op was born.
Thousands showed up at the Arizona Science Center to watch the solar eclipse over the Valley.
Southwest Airlines Passengers from Denver to Atlanta got a high altitude view of the total eclipse from 37,000 feet, spending almost an hour-and-a-half in narrow eclipse track.
We won't have to wait another 38 years this time.
"It was like, wow,” said sixth grader Yasmin said.
The next total solar eclipse in the U.S. will be in 2024. The next coast-to-coast one will not be until 2045.
Arizonans could have viewed a total eclipse in 1806- though "Arizonans" didn't exist until about 100 years later.
While Arizona isn't it the path of totality, residents can still see a partial solar eclipse.
Looking directly at the solar eclipse can be dangerous for our eyes, but what about cameras and cell phones?
Our pets are our best friends, and as such, we take them pretty much wherever we go. But, their reaction to the "Great American Eclipse" may differ from ours.
A look at places in Arizona hosting solar eclipse viewing parties.
The International Space Station just photo-bombed the eclipse.
Schools and government employees in the Navajo Nation will be changing their schedules because of the eclipse.