The solar eclipse definitely isn't something that happens every day, which is why the internet was kinda freaking out about it!

Here's how people around the world reacted to the solar eclipse and captured it on their phones.

Today’s partial solar eclipse, as seen by iPhone 7 Plus, Halide, and a solar filter.

A post shared by Ren Caldwell (@settern) on

#solareclipse #solareclipse2017 #oregon #totality

A post shared by jae kim (@ralphie231) on

The sun and moon over #salem #salemoregon #pnw #solareclipse2017 #totalitaly #sunandmoon

A post shared by Sonja Morgan (@f.elevenphotos) on

My photo from yesterday's Solar Eclipse. 😎 #solareclipse #solareclipse2017 #Mississippi

A post shared by 🎀 Mandy Rae Carroll 🎀 (@shrinkingsweetmagnolia) on

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Total eclipse of the heart. This is by far the best one I have seen yet .❤️🌚🌒📸 @bryanminear )

A post shared by Black Bohemia (@blackbohemiahq) on

My solar eclipse@ Rockmart, Georgia 2017. @aldaniem @marfepac #solareclipse #solar #solareclipse2017

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