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Best Shots Of 2017 Total Eclipse

The most interesting astronomical event of the year is here

It is the most discussed subject of the week and maybe of the year. Total Solar Eclipse, about which we have posted before, amazed everyone around the world. Last seen in the US on February 26, 1979, Moon appeared again in front of the Sun on August 21, this month. The path of the event started in Oregon and had its end in South Carolina. We hope you had your Eclipse Glasses on!

Following images will show Moon completely covering the Sun and the day becoming night for a few minutes:

© imgur

© imgur

© bryanminear

© bryanminear

© BABAK TAFRESHI/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

© BABAK TAFRESHI/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

© OSUX

© OSUX

© BWeidlichPhoto

A plane, the Moon and the Sun in the same picture © BWeidlichPhoto

© Gary Ashley Report

© Gary Ashley

© alex_neises

© alex_neises

© minds_eye

© minds_eye

International Space Station passing in front of the Sun © NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

International Space Station passing in front of the Sun © NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

© samalive

© samalive

Empire State Building © maximusupinnyc

Empire State Building © maximusupinnyc

© Steve Helber

© Steve Helber

© José Antonio Rabadán

© José Antonio Rabadán

 

An article inspired by Bored Panda.

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