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    Holly Wess holds her daughter Cora up to a telescope to view the solar eclipse at the L.C. Bates Museum on Monday. Evan Martin assisted people with viewing the celestial event.

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    Ethan Cotnoir, 5, of Sidney, watches the eclipse Monday with his mother, Jamie, with a pinhole viewer at the Lithgow Public Library in Augusta.

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    The red sun is partially obscured by the shadow of the moon during a partial solar eclipse as seen in Fairfield on Monday.

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    The moon slips in front of the sun showing the corona of the sun during a complete eclipse in the middle of the path of totality in Sweetwater, Tenn., on Monday. The corona is the outer edge only visible within the 70-mile range that is called the path of totality.

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    The moon slips in front of the sun showing the corona of the sun during a complete eclipse in the middle of the path of totality in Sweetwater, Tenn., on Monday. The corona is the outer edge only visible within the 70-mile range of the path of totality. Sweetwater was in a unique spot to witness the entirety of the path of totality for more than two minutes.

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    Brennan Gillis, front, and his brother Connor marvel over the solar eclipse as they view such an event for the first time in their lives at the L.C. Bates Museum in Fairfield on Monday.

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    Jon Silverman helps kids and adults view the solar eclipse through one of three telescopes set up at the L.C. Bates Museum in Fairfield on Monday.

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    Brad Krizo, fourth from right, of Belgrade, and family and friends watch the sun become obscured by the shadow of the moon as nearly one hundred people turn out to view the solar eclipse at the L.C. Bates Museum in Fairfield on Monday.

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    Ron Whitney, front, and Dick Fitzgerald don safety glasses to view the solar eclipse at the L.C. Bates Museum in Fairfield on Monday.

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    The eclipse on Monday from the Lithgow Public Library in Augusta.

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    Augusta Police Department Sgt. Chris Behr watches the eclipse Monday at the Lithgow Public Library in Augusta.

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    Hailey Pierce, 7, of China, observes the eclipse Monday with glasses as her brother, Chase, 9, right, and mother, Cassie, second from left, look at the spectacle through a pin hole built by Kalie Hess, second from right, at the Lithgow Public Library in Augusta.

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    Kalie Hess, left, of Augusta, and Fallon Sweeney, of Hallowell watch the eclipse Monday at the Lithgow Public Library in Augusta.

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