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U.S.-OREGON-CORVALLIS-SOLAR ECLIPSE

▲ Photo released by Oregon State University, Corvallis shows that the moon eclipses the sun during the process of a total solar eclipse over Corvallis, Oregon, the United States, on Aug. 21, 2017. A once-in-a-century total solar eclipse is spanning the continental United States on Monday, creating a 70-mile-wide (112 kilometers) path of totality stretching from Oregon in the Pacific Northwest to South Carolina on the Southeast Coast. (Xinhua/OSU-Corvallis)
▲ Photo released by Oregon State University, Corvallis shows that the moon eclipses the sun during the process of a total solar eclipse over Corvallis, Oregon, the United States, on Aug. 21, 2017. A once-in-a-century total solar eclipse is spanning the continental United States on Monday, creating a 70-mile-wide (112 kilometers) path of totality stretching from Oregon in the Pacific Northwest to South Carolina on the Southeast Coast. (Xinhua/OSU-Corvallis)
▲ Photo released by Oregon State University, Corvallis shows that the moon eclipses the sun during the process of a total solar eclipse over Corvallis, Oregon, the United States, on Aug. 21, 2017. A once-in-a-century total solar eclipse is spanning the continental United States on Monday, creating a 70-mile-wide (112 kilometers) path of totality stretching from Oregon in the Pacific Northwest to South Carolina on the Southeast Coast. (Xinhua/OSU-Corvallis)
▲ Photo released by Oregon State University, Corvallis shows that the moon eclipses the sun during the process of a total solar eclipse over Corvallis, Oregon, the United States, on Aug. 21, 2017. A once-in-a-century total solar eclipse is spanning the continental United States on Monday, creating a 70-mile-wide (112 kilometers) path of totality stretching from Oregon in the Pacific Northwest to South Carolina on the Southeast Coast. (Xinhua/OSU-Corvallis)
▲ Photo released by Oregon State University, Corvallis shows that the moon eclipses the sun during the process of a total solar eclipse over Corvallis, Oregon, the United States, on Aug. 21, 2017. A once-in-a-century total solar eclipse is spanning the continental United States on Monday, creating a 70-mile-wide (112 kilometers) path of totality stretching from Oregon in the Pacific Northwest to South Carolina on the Southeast Coast. (Xinhua/OSU-Corvallis)
▲ Photo released by Oregon State University, Corvallis shows that the moon eclipses the sun during the process of a total solar eclipse over Corvallis, Oregon, the United States, on Aug. 21, 2017. A once-in-a-century total solar eclipse is spanning the continental United States on Monday, creating a 70-mile-wide (112 kilometers) path of totality stretching from Oregon in the Pacific Northwest to South Carolina on the Southeast Coast. (Xinhua/OSU-Corvallis)