The camera lens flares as the moon nearly blocks the sun near full totality during 2017's Great American total solar eclipse begins in Hopkinsville, Kentucky

Hopkinsville, Kentucky USA: The moon blocks the sun but the sun's corona goes around it during a total solar eclipse's transit across the United States, August 21, 2017 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The last solar eclipse seen in the United States was in 1979, but there will be another total eclipse crossing the United States in 2024. The eclipse was seen in 14 states.
Hopkinsville, Kentucky USA: The moon blocks the sun but the sun's corona goes around it during a total solar eclipse's transit across the United States, August 21, 2017 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The last solar eclipse seen in the United States was in 1979, but there will be another total eclipse crossing the United States in 2024. The eclipse was seen in 14 states.
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21 August, 2017
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Hopkinsville, Kentucky, United States
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