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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The solar eclipse began at 11:41 a.m. in Kansas City.

As the cloud cover cleared, we were  able to see the sun through our filters. In the meantime, you may see pitch black… but wait patiently and for the clouds to move out… so we can see the sun’s and moon’s spectacular show!

We switched to various sources– our own photographers, CNN, NASA… Hang on for the ride as you relive the historic moment!

Click here to see pictures from around the city of people experiencing the eclipse.