In this photo taken in Oregon, a sliver of the sun shows during the total solar eclipse.
Another shot of the eclipse from Oregon.
Oregon State University fell in the path of totality, allowing them to snap this amazing photo.
A composite image of nine photos showing the progression of the partial solar eclipse near Banner, Wyoming.
Alaska Airline tweeted, "Experiencing the #GreatAmericanEclipse from 35,000 feet was #TotalityAwesome. We know, we know, pics or it didn't happen. #SolarEclipse2017."
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