The internet is awash in self-shot eclipse footage, most of it pretty sucky. If you missed the live event itself, leave it up to the pros--NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and NASA--to give you the best views. First off, here's what the eclipse looked like from space, time-lapsed into four seconds:
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And here's a clip shot in Beatrice, Nebraska, which shows you what it looked like from the ground, with that crazy false sunset. And be sure to wait for the zoom-in:
If you're still kicking yourself that you missed it in person, or if you did witness it and want to repeat the experience, the Washington Post lets you punch in your age and shows you how many total eclipses you might live to see, and where they'll be. Click here.