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Share Your Eclipse Photos (And Videos) With WABE

A total solar eclipse is visible through the clouds as seen from Vagar on the Faeroe Islands, Friday, March 20, 2015.  Apart from a few small breaks, a blanket of clouds in the Faeroe Islands blocked thousands of people there from experiencing the full effect of the total eclipse.  (AP Photo/Eric Adams)
A total solar eclipse is visible through the clouds as seen from Vagar on the Faeroe Islands, Friday, March 20, 2015. Apart from a few small breaks, a blanket of clouds in the Faeroe Islands blocked thousands of people there from experiencing the full effect of the total eclipse. (AP Photo/Eric Adams)
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On Monday, a rare solar eclipse will darken skies across the country, and Georgia is lucky enough to be in the path of totality.  

State parks, universities and even schools are all getting in on the act, passing out glasses and planning events where people can gather to view the eclipse. 

Whether you’re watching in Atlanta, where a partial eclipse will be visible, or heading north to see the whole shebang, you can share what you see with WABE. From photos of the eclipse itself (taken with the proper camera filters, of course) to you and your friends and family enjoying it, we want to see it all. 

To submit just send photos or videos with your name and the location they were taken (and any other important info) to digitalservices@pba.org with the subject line “eclipse submissions.” We’ll share the best contributions in our reporting.