If you walked outside during the middle of the day on Monday, April 8, you may have noticed something peculiar: It was a whole lot darker than it usually is.

Millions of people watched the solar eclipse on April 8, particularly those within the celestial event’s “path of totality” — a.k.a. when the moon’s shadow completely covered up the sun. It was a spectacular showing of nature’s most incredible forces. Unsurprisingly, the internet reacted with some good posts.

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Starting with @NASAMoon, the official X / Twitter account for NASA’s moon, blocking @NASAsun. That’s funny.


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