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Photos: Princeton area residents celebrate the solar eclipse of 2024

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Princeton Charter School students experience the solar eclipse together on Palmer Square Monday. Photo by Christoph Heuck.
More than 1,000 people went to Palmer Square to experience the solar eclipse together. Photo by Christoph Heuck.
The solar eclipse celebration on Palmer Square. Photo by Christoph Heuck.
sporting solar eclipse glasses in Princeton
The Princeton Charter School community headed to Palmer Square to enjoy the solar eclipse. Photo by Christoph Heuck.
The view from Princeton. Photo by Peter Thompson.
Framed by clouds. The view of the eclipse from Princeton. Photo by Peter Thompson.
This Princeton pooch was prepared. Photo courtesy of Mic Boekelmann.
The view from Snowden Lane. Photo courtesy of Mic Boekelmann.
Viewing in style. Photo courtesy of Mic Boekelmann.
Photo by Shazah Sabuhi from Princeton Montessori School, taken through the filter of eclipse viewing glasses.
The view from the hill at Highland Cemetery off Greenwood Avenue in Hopewell. (l-r) Dan Zampini, Michele Zampini, Lorraine Seabrook, Jack Seabrook.
The solar eclipse of 2024. Photo by Mathew Edwards.
Light and darkness. Photo by Mathew Edwards.
Aligned. Photo by Mathew Edwards.
Students at TCNJ view the solar eclipse. Photo by Anthony DePrimo.
Students gather in front of the Brower Student Center at TCNJ to view the solar eclipse. Photo by Anthony DePrimo.
Students at TCNJ view the solar eclipse. Photo by Anthony DePrimo.
A TCNJ student marvels at the solar eclipse. Photo by Anthony DePrimo.
Enjoying the eclipse. Photo courtesy of Ann Peretzman.
On the edge of darkness. Photo by Kevin Carroll.
Glassed and masked at Montgomery Lower Middle School. Photo courtesy of Edye Kamenir.
Reliving third-grade science. Photo by Jane Borns.
Eclipse through the clouds. Photo by Lisa Boulanger.
The view from Palmer Square. Photo by Mary Simon.
Look up. Photo by Mary Simon.
PREX sky gazers. Photo by Amanda Myers.
View from a window in Lawrenceville. Photo by Sadaf Munawar.
Looking up at Princeton Theological Seminary. Photo by Shaina Rose Ciaccio.
Eclipse view from Lake Carnegie. Veronica Olivares-Weber.
Double vision. Photo by Sheryl Rubin.
Eclipse amongst the clouds. Photo by Carey Gates.
The view from West Windsor. Photo courtesy of the West Windsor Arts Center.
Through a glass darkly. Photo by Jen Moore Davis.
Mr. Brightside. Photo by Nika G Tagieva.
Palmer Square sky. Photo by Sheryl Rubin.
On the corner. Photo by Jo Butler.
Eclipse from Princeton. Photo by Jennifer Giblin.
Eclipse viewer or storm trooper? Photo by Cynthia Clausen.
Through a colander. Photo by Dan Roberts.

Also check out this time-lapse video of the eclipse created by Princeton resident Andrew Koontz.

One Comment

  1. The photos are fun. So glad so many people looked upward. BUT, the video is special.

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