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This is what happens when a total eclipse happens during the Twitter era

The moon almost totally eclipses the sun during a near total solar eclipse as seen from Salem, Oregon, Monday. Don Ryan / AP

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The total solar eclipse has taken over Twitter, and NASA’s official accounts are no exception.

NASA’s official account about Earth’s moon symbolically blocked the space agency’s official account about Earth’s sun at 1:15 p.m. Monday, just as totality reached the West Coast in Oregon.

You can watch NASA’s live coverage of the total solar eclipse here.