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TONYPANDY, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 20: A rare partial solar eclipse is seen over the Miner's Family Statue in Tonypandy in South Wales on March 20, 2015 in Tonypandy, Wales, United Kingdom. The solar eclipse, which occurs when the Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth, started at 08:24 GMT and continues until 10:41 GMT, with the maximum obscuration of the Sun happening at 09:31 GMT. The last significant solar eclipse visible from the UK was on 11 August, 1999. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

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The 2017 total solar eclipse is fast approaching, and hordes of sky gazers are scrambling to find a spot where they can see the shadow of the moon completely obscure the sun for a few moments on Aug. 21.