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Brothers Chris and Gabe Fabiano watch the solar eclipse on Hilton Head Island, S.C. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Amanda Bentley Brymer Watches The Eclipse In Tennessee

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The Eclipse Magic Cone features a black waffle cone made with coconut ash and tipped with edible gold, and an interior filled with spiced marshmallow fluff and a golden-yellow ice cream flavored with ginger and turmeric. Courtesy of Salt & Straw hide caption

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During the day on Aug. 21, large swaths of farmland will be plunged into darkness, and temperatures will drop about 10 degrees. Scientists are waiting to see how crops and animals react. Daniel Acker/Bloomberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Carhenge lies in the path of totality for the Aug. 21 eclipse. Christian Heeb/Getty Images hide caption

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As Eclipse Madness Sweeps U.S., A Stonehenge Made Of Cars Prepares

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