Monday (August 21) saw a total solar eclipse for the first time across the entire U.S. since 1918.
Referred to as the “Great American Eclipse”, it was visible within a band across the entire contiguous United States passing from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast. In other countries, it was only visible as a partial eclipse.
If you didn’t watch it in the sky or via one of the many online livestreams, TIME filmed the solar eclipse in full 360º VR in Casper Wyoming.
Experience the total eclipse again… in the video above. Or, see a time-lapse visual below.