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Në të paktën 14 shtete të Shteteve të Bashkuara të Amerikës sot më 21 gusht 2017 u shënua eklipsi i plotë i Diellit.

NASA nisi një maratonë transmetimi të drejtpërdrejtë të pamjeve filmike të këtij eklipsi.

Për herë të parë në transmetimin direkt të një eklipsi, janë përdorur risitë e teknologjisë më të fundit, përfshirë cilësinë më të lartë HD dhe pamje 360 gradë.

NASA siguroi se asnjë rrezik nuk i kanoset planetit Tokë dhe ne, banorëve të saj, nga ky eklips.

Ndiqni galerine e fotove si dhe drejtpërdrejt eklipsin e plotë të diellit që po transmetohet nga NASA me pamje të teknologjisë së fundit nga disa shtete në SHBA duke klikuar këtu

 

Oregon has been plunged into darkness as the celestial event-of-a-lifetime begins to sweep across the USWithin a couple of minutes the sun began peeking out from the moon as it carried on its trajectory Oregonians caught its first glimpse of eclipse this morning. Pictured is the eclipse taken from Depoe Bay, Oregon, this morningThe total solar eclipse is traveling from coast to coast over the next 90 minutes, ending just before 3pm EDT in South Carolina. The International Space Station can clearly be seen in front of the sun, and moon, in this imageA total solar eclipse is seen from the Lowell Observatory Solar Eclipse Experience August 21, 2017 in Madras, Oregon. Although it looks like nighttime, the picture was taken mid-morning PDT time, during the eclipseMembers of the media watch the solar eclipse at the White House in Washington, as it passed through the USWhite House staff and members of the White House press corps smile as they watch the eclipse with solar glasses A crowd gathered in front of the Hollywood sign at the Griffith Observatory to watch the solar eclipse in Los Angeles Festival goers watch the start of the solar eclipse and raise their hands in prayer at the Oregon Eclipse Festival at Big Summit Prairie ranchPeople watch the start of the solar eclipse and raise their hands in prayer in an eclipse viewing event led by Native American elders, at Big Summit Prairie ranch in Oregon's Ochoco National Forest People watch the start of the solar eclipse at Big Summit Prairie ranch in Oregon's Ochoco National Forest near the city of Mitchell where thousands have gathered for a seven-day eclipse festival Nicola James, 49, (right centre) with her twin 18 year old daughters Holly (left centre) and Grace (left rear) watch the start of the solar eclipse while flying over the United States on board Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight check VS5 from London's Heathrow airport  to Miami The lunar shadow of the total solar eclipse on Monday will enter the United States near Lincoln City, Oregon at 9.05am (PST) and totality begins at 10.18am (PST). The eclipse will end in Charleston, South Carolina at 2.48pm (EST), and the lunar shadow leaves the country at 4.09pm (EST)The eclipse will begin on the West Coast in Oregon at 10.19am (PST) and make its way across the country to South Carolina at 2.41pm (EST)People living in the northwest part of the country will have a 100 per cent chance of seeing the solar eclipse on Monday while those living on the northeast only have a 50 per cent chance The last few moments before total eclipse at the Rosencrans Memorial airport near St Josephs Missouri as darkness fellPeople gather near Redmond, Oregon, to view the sun as it nears a total eclipse by the moon, MondayA crowd wears protective glasses as they watch the beginning of the solar eclipse from Salem, Oregon on MondayLee Cooper, from England, wears his protective glasses to watch the beginning of the solar eclipse from Salem, OregonOregon was the first state to witness the total solar eclipse and by 10.20am the sun was completely blocked out except for a halo-like solar corona (seen from Oregon)The state was plunged into darkness during the first total solar eclipse in decades as the celestial event-of-a-lifetime begins to sweep across the USAfter a few minutes, a sliver of light was seen escaping from behind the moon as it carried on its trajectory 

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