How people are observing the eclipse in New England

This photo shows the beginning of a solar eclipse Monday as seen from Nashville, Tennessee.

Even though the total solar eclipse won’t be visible in New England Monday, residents of the region turned their faces to the sky to catch a glimpse of the phenomena.

According to NASA, only 63 percent of the sun will be covered for viewers in Boston.

From the Boston Public Library to MIT’s Wallace Observatory in Westford, Massachusetts, here’s a look at where people gathered in New England to witness the partial solar eclipse.