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Literally Just 19 Photos Of People Watching The Eclipse

Eclipse glasses are very 2017.

Posted on August 21, 2017, at 3:06 p.m. ET

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A man tests special solar glasses outside the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum on the National Mall before the eclipse on Aug. 21 in Washington, DC.


Brian Snyder / Reuters

A cheerleader uses solar viewing glasses before welcoming guests to watch the total eclipse at Southern Illinois University's football stadium in Carbondale, Illinois.

Don Ryan / AP

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

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Jonathan Mori (left), and Finn Power, both of Vancouver, get ready to watch the eclipse in a park in Salem.

Don Ryan / AP

From left: Schweta, Rhea, and Saanvi Kulkarni, from Seattle, try out their eclipse glasses in Salem.

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Pink flamingos named Fred and Matilda have their solar glasses on as they wait for the show to start at the point of greatest eclipse in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

Mike Blake / Reuters

People use solar viewing glasses as the sun emerges through fog cover before the solar eclipse in Depoe Bay, Oregon.

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

Mike Blake / Reuters

A boy uses solar viewing glasses as the sun emerges through fog cover in Depoe Bay.

Harrison Mcclary / Reuters

Madison the dog watches the solar eclipse in Nashville.

Yuri Gripas / Reuters

Members of the media watch the solar eclipse from the White House.

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Oregon State Police officers model their solar eclipse glasses while awaiting an event at Oregon State University in Corvallis.

Kevin Lamarque / Reuters

Attorney General Jeff Sessions (left) and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross watch the solar eclipse from the Truman Balcony at the White House.

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Cherri Haghighit views the start of the total solar eclipse at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles.

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Coreen Abbott watches the solar eclipse from Bernal Heights Hill in San Francisco.

Mike Blake / Reuters

James Courtwright sets up his camera to take pictures of the solar eclipse in Depoe Bay, Oregon.

Rick Wilking / Reuters

Samantha (left) and Jessica Loy watch the total solar eclipse in Guernsey, Wyoming.

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People watch a partial solar eclipse from the roof deck at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

Brendan Mcdermid / Reuters

A sign telling customers that solar eclipse glasses are out of stock is displayed at a store in New York City.



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