Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.
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Photos: Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: In-camera multiple exposure of the phases of the solar eclipse from Salem.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: In-camera multiple exposure of the phases of the solar eclipse from Salem.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

The rare “diamond ring” effect during totality of the 2017 eclipse seen from the top of Snow King Mountain in Jackson Hole Wyoming.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Joanna and Jack Wang of Long Island, New York came to Andrews, North Carolina to watch the eclipse. Andrews, North Carolina is dubbed as “Totality Town” by NASA.

 (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Hundreds gather to watch the total eclipse in Heritage Park in downtown Andrews, North Carolina.

 (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

The partial solar eclipse can be seen through protective spectacles over Los Angeles City Hall.

 (Michael Owen Baker / For the Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

California: Ashlyn Veiseh, 7, views the eclipse with the help of a welder’s helmet at the California Science Center in Los Angeles.

 (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

California: Tatiana Kalish, 17 of El Segundo views the eclipse at the California Science Center in Los Angeles.

 (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Kari and Rob Beardsley of Eugene Ore. watch the solar eclipse with their dog Mitchell along the Willamette Park and Natural Area in Corvallis, Oregon.

 (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Marlene Castillo uses protective spectacles to watch the partial solar eclipse at Grand Park.

 (Michael Owen Baker / For the Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: Dan Blanchette and his son, Sam, 6, watch the final phases of a total solar eclipse in Salem.

 (Don Ryan / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

California: A crowd gathers in front of the Hollywood sign at the Griffith Observatory to watch the solar eclipse in Los Angeles.

 (Richard Vogel / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: People watch the start of the solar eclipse and raise their hands in prayer in an eclipse viewing event led by Native American elders, at Big Summit Prairie ranch in Oregon’s Ochoco National Forest near the city of Mitchell.

 (ROBYN BECK / AFP/Getty Images)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: The sun’s corona only is visible during a total solar eclipse between the Solar Temples at Big Summit Prairie ranch in Oregon’s Ochoco National Forest near the city of Mitchell.

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Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: Julian Ledger, of Los Angeles, photographs the solar eclipse while his wife Shayde Ledger and friend Annemarie Penny, right dance during totality at the Albany Regional Airport in Albany, Ore.

 (Mark Ylen / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: People watch the start of the solar eclipse at Big Summit Prairie ranch in Oregon’s Ochoco National Forest near the city of Mitchell.

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Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Tennessee: Annie Gray Penuel and Lauren Peck wear their makeshift eclipse glasses at Nashville’s eclipse viewing party ahead of the solar eclipse at First Tennessee Park in Nashville.

 (Shelley Mays / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Washington, DC: A woman looks through a pinhole eclipse viewer after making it in the Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum on the National Mall before an eclipse in Washington, DC.

 (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP/Getty Images)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Illinois: C. D. Olsen adjust one of his vintage style cameras which he plans to use during the total solar eclipse on the campus of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Il.

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Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

South Carolina: Alex Rivas makes a lens mount out of duct tape in preparation for the solar eclipse on the beach at Isle of Palms, S.C.

 (Mic Smith / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

A look at the eclipse from Salem, Oregon.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: Portland Taiko drummer Karen Tingey performs in front of a live video shot of the sun to introduce the solar eclipse from Salem, Ore.

 (Don Ryan / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: A crowd wears protective glasses as they watch the beginning of the solar eclipse from Salem, Ore.

 (Don Ryan / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Wyoming: Let the #eclipse2017 begin top of Snow King Mountain Jackson Hole.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Wyoming: Annette Osnos watching the eclipse from Snow King Mountain in Jackson Hole.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: Jonathan Moric, left, and Finn Power, both of Vancouver, get ready to watch the eclipse in a park in Salem, Ore.

 (Andrew Selsky / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Kentucky: A woman who goes by the name of The Voodoo Bone Lady of New Orleans handles snakes as she sits in the campground set up for viewing the solar eclipse at the Orchard Dale historical farm near Hopkinsville, Ky.

 (Mark Humphrey / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

California: Norah King, 3, is ready to view the eclipse at the California Science Center in Los Angeles.

 (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Washington: A photo made available by NASA shows the Moon as it starts passing in front of the Sun during a solar eclipse from Ross Lake, Northern Cascades National Park, Washington.

 (NASA)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Missouri: Jason Arbaugh, of Austin, lines up his shot for the solar eclipse at the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.

 (Jeff Roberson / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Illinois: Saluki cheerleaders try out eclipse glasses that they were giving out to visitors to Saluki Stadium on the campus of Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Ill.

 (Robert Cohen / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

South Carolina: Solar eclipse watchers on the beach hoping to view the total solar eclipse if the weather clears in Isle of Palms, S.C.

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Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

California: People wait in line to buy viewing glasses for the solar eclipse at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles.

 (Richard Vogel / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Kentucky: Mike Newchurch, left, professor of atmospheric chemistry at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and graduate student Paula Tucker prepare a weather balloon before releasing it to perform research during the solar eclipse in Hopkinsville, Ky.

 (Mark Humphrey / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Kentucky: Jim Cleveland sets up a camera at his campsite at sunrise as he prepares for the solar eclipse Monday in Hopkinsville, Ky.

 (Mark Humphrey / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Kentucky: A sign stands at the Orchard Dale historical farm near Hopkinsville, Ky.

 (Mark Humphrey / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Nebraska: Chuck Willard of Council Bluffs, Iowa, reads a tourist magazine as he waits in the bed of his truck for the total eclipse in Falls City, Neb.

 (Nati Harnik / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: Griffin O’Roak watches the rising sun with his homemade eclipse viewer at a gathering of eclipse viewers in Salem, Ore.

 (Don Ryan / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Oregon: Catalina Gaitan tries to shoot a photo of the rising sun through her eclipse glasses at a gathering of eclipse viewers in Salem, Ore.

 (Don Ryan / Associated Press)
Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Wyoming: Morgan Squires, a park employee, waits to help park and manage cars as they arrive to view the solar eclipse in Grand Teton National Park outside Jackson, Wyo.

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Views of the solar eclipse from across the U.S.

Wyoming: People set up cameras and telescopes as they prepare to watch the total eclipse at South Mike Sedar Park in Casper, Wyo.

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