A group from Grand Rapids made the trek west to witness the total solar eclipse.
Although West Michigan wasn’t in the path of totality for Monday’s solar eclipse, it was still a sight to see.
Millions of Americans gazed through telescopes, cameras and protective glasses as the moon blotted out the sun on Monday.
Millions of Americans converged on a narrow corridor stretching from Oregon to South Carolina to watch the moon blot out the sun Monday.
If you’re looking for special eye protecting glasses to watch Monday’s total solar eclipse, good luck.
Many people in West Michigan took the opportunity to experience it, although clouds were an issue in some spots.
If you want to view the eclipse in West Michigan, here’s what you need to know first.
Destinations in the path of the Aug. 21 eclipse are going wild with plans for festivals, concerts and viewing parties.