America prepares for the solar eclipse

On August 21 millions of people across the United States will see a total eclipse of the sun

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    A plane taking off from Newark Airport passes through the setting sun seen from One World Observatory in New York City, August 20

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    Ashley Ann Sander sells solar eclipse glasses for $10 a pair near near Clayton, Ga., Sunday, August 20

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    The crowd at the Big Summit Eclipse 2017 event near Prineville, Oregon, August 19

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    People watch the setting sun from the top of One World Trade Center in New York City, August 20

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    A woman looks through a telescope on the football field at Madras High School in Madras, Oregon, August 20

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    In preparation for the Solar Eclipse, t-shirts commemorating the day are shown in Depoe Bay, Oregon, August 9

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    Solar eclipse glasses that will be handed out by the community are pictured in Depoe Bay, Oregon, August 8

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    Aerial photo provided by the Oregon State Police shows a 15-mile traffic jam on Highway 26 heading in to Prineville, Ore., August 17

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    Waves crash against the shore line as the small town of Depoe Bay, Oregon, prepares for the coming solar eclipse, August 19

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    Fourth graders at Clardy Elementary School in Kansas City, Mo. practice the proper use of their eclipse glasses, August 18

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    A sign on the highway refers to the upcoming solar eclipse near Guernsey, Wyoming, August 19

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    Amateur astronomer Mike Conley practices with the telescope he will use to document the total solar eclipse, at his home in Salem, Oregon

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    A graphic explaining the total solar eclipse

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    A parking sign for people visiting for the solar eclipse in Depoe Bay, Oregon, August 9

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    Solar eclipse sunglasses are pictured in Los Angeles, California, August 8

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    Teams from the Universities of Bridgeport and Hartford test sending a camera into the stratosphere to photograph the solar eclipse

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