A shadow was cast Saturday over what was otherwise a lovely warm and bright October morning.
And it was so cool.
Over the span of a couple of hours, the moon eased its way in front of the sun, creating a solar eclipse that had folks looking up to the sky.
Several organizations hosted viewing parties, including OC Parks at the nature center at Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park in San Juan Capistrano where viewers gathered with chairs and blankets and their special glasses made for watching the eclipse.
It was most coverage of the solar surface in an eclipse visible in Southern California until 2045.
Come watch the eclipse with us!
— NASA (@NASA) October 14, 2023
Source: Orange County Register