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Best photos of 'Great American Eclipse'

August 22, 14:36 UTC+3

The first full-blown solar eclipse in nearly a century swept the US from coast to coast

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The moon covers the sun during a total eclipse on August 21, 2017, in Cerulean, Kentucky, USA
The moon covers the sun during a total eclipse on August 21, 2017, in Cerulean, Kentucky, USA
The moon covers the sun during a total eclipse on August 21, 2017, in Cerulean, Kentucky, USA
© AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley
US President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron watch the solar eclipse at the White House in Washington
US President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron watch the solar eclipse at the White House in Washington
US President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron watch the solar eclipse at the White House in Washington
© AP Andrew Harnik
A partial solar eclipse seen near the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island in New York
A partial solar eclipse seen near the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island in New York
A partial solar eclipse seen near the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island in New York
© AP Photo/Seth Wenig
Onlookers take photos and look through special glasses to view a partial solar eclipse in New York
Onlookers take photos and look through special glasses to view a partial solar eclipse in New York
Onlookers take photos and look through special glasses to view a partial solar eclipse in New York
© AP Photo/Michael Noble Jr.
A man uses protective eclipse glasses to view a partial solar eclipse on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Cambridge
A man uses protective eclipse glasses to view a partial solar eclipse on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Cambridge
A man uses protective eclipse glasses to view a partial solar eclipse on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Cambridge
© AP Photo/Steven Senne
In this multiple exposure photograph, the phases of a partial solar eclipse are seen over the Gateway Arch in St. Louis
In this multiple exposure photograph, the phases of a partial solar eclipse are seen over the Gateway Arch in St. Louis
In this multiple exposure photograph, the phases of a partial solar eclipse are seen over the Gateway Arch in St. Louis
© AP Photo/Jeff Roberson
Children watch the solar eclipse from a New York City park
Children watch the solar eclipse from a New York City park
Children watch the solar eclipse from a New York City park
© AP Photo/Mark Lennihan
The moon eclipses the sun above the Washington Monument
The moon eclipses the sun above the Washington Monument
The moon eclipses the sun above the Washington Monument
© EPA/JIM LO SCALZO
A crowd watch the solar eclipse in front of the Hollywood sign at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles
A crowd watch the solar eclipse in front of the Hollywood sign at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles
A crowd watch the solar eclipse in front of the Hollywood sign at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles
©  AP Photo/Richard Vogel
A person jumps off the top of the Stratosphere hotel and casino tower on the SkyJump ride during a partial solar eclipse in Las Vegas
A person jumps off the top of the Stratosphere hotel and casino tower on the SkyJump ride during a partial solar eclipse in Las Vegas
A person jumps off the top of the Stratosphere hotel and casino tower on the SkyJump ride during a partial solar eclipse in Las Vegas
© AP Photo/John Locher
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The moon covers the sun during a total eclipse on August 21, 2017, in Cerulean, Kentucky, USA
© AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley
US President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron watch the solar eclipse at the White House in Washington
© AP Andrew Harnik
A partial solar eclipse seen near the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island in New York
© AP Photo/Seth Wenig
Onlookers take photos and look through special glasses to view a partial solar eclipse in New York
© AP Photo/Michael Noble Jr.
A man uses protective eclipse glasses to view a partial solar eclipse on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Cambridge
© AP Photo/Steven Senne
In this multiple exposure photograph, the phases of a partial solar eclipse are seen over the Gateway Arch in St. Louis
© AP Photo/Jeff Roberson
Children watch the solar eclipse from a New York City park
© AP Photo/Mark Lennihan
The moon eclipses the sun above the Washington Monument
© EPA/JIM LO SCALZO
A crowd watch the solar eclipse in front of the Hollywood sign at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles
©  AP Photo/Richard Vogel
A person jumps off the top of the Stratosphere hotel and casino tower on the SkyJump ride during a partial solar eclipse in Las Vegas
© AP Photo/John Locher

It was the first total solar eclipse to sweep the US coast to coast in 99 years. Americans gazed in wonder through telescopes, cameras and protective glasses. Eighty one percent of the sun was obscured in Washington DC. Solar eclipse passed through portions of 14 US states, according to NASA. See the best photos of 'Great American Eclipse'

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