GERARD LODRIGUSS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY GERARD LODRIGUSS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
The total solar eclipse is seen in a wide-angle shot on August 21, 2017 from Bandit Springs, Oregon in the United States. Processing here approximates the visual appearance of the corona during totality. A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon, in its orbit around the Earth, moves in front of the Sun, completely blocking the light of the Sun's photosphere.
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