Take a look at some of the shots that Queens took of the 2017 Solar Eclipse

Photo by Draven Sin

At 2:44 p.m., the 2017 solar eclipse reached its peak in Queens, causing 71 percent of the sun to be covered by the moon.

Naturally, tons of people around Queens took a break from the Monday hustle to get outside and take a look at the eclipse in action.

Many people around Queens took their cameras to the skies to catch a glimpse of the eclipse:


Solar eclipse #astoria #new_york_shots #nycphotography #instagrammers #nyclives #queens #solareclipse2017

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2017 Solar Eclipse #solareclipse #solar #newyork #queens #longislandcity

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Photo by Draven Sin
Photo by Draven Sin


Photo By Kathy Gournelos
Photo by Kathy Gournelos


Photo by Eleni Alexandratos
Photo by Eleni Alexandratos

Many others in Queens shared their indirect ways of seeing the 2017 eclipse:


70% solar eclipse #ussolareclipse2017 🌕🌘#newyork #qns #foresthills

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Eclipse via telescope 🌘🤷‍♀️✨🌜#solareclipse2017

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Even the staff at The Queens Courier tried out the pinhole method with some paper plates!

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