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COURIER week in pictures: 8-25-17

  • At the peak of the eclipse here in Claremont the moon covered just over 62 percent of the sun.

    At the peak of the eclipse here in Claremont the moon covered ju...

  • Hailey Pruszynski, 6, shows her mother Christy Pruszynski the eclipse on Monday through a special viewing box that Hailey made.

    Hailey Pruszynski, 6, shows her mother Christy Pruszynski the ec...

  • Children’s librarian Vee Elliott gives out the special eclipse view glasses on Monday at the Claremont Public Library just before the solar eclipse.

    Children’s librarian Vee Elliott gives out the special eclipse...

  • The Pomona Valley Amateur Astronomers set up telescopes so that people could get a close up view of the eclipse.

    The Pomona Valley Amateur Astronomers set up telescopes so that ...

  • Harvey Mudd College physics professor Nicholas Breznay takes in the eclipse as a telescope next to him projects the eclipse onto the wall on Monday at Pomona College’s Millikan Laboratory.

    Harvey Mudd College physics professor Nicholas Breznay takes in ...

  • A small crowd gathered outside the Claremont Public Library to view the solar eclipse on Monday. The library gave away eclipse viewing glasses and they also provide a room where people could watch the NASA feed of the eclipse.

    A small crowd gathered outside the Claremont Public Library to v...

  • Claremont resident Grace Rivera uses special dark glasses she got from the Claremont Library to view the Eclipse on Monday in the library’s parking lot.

    Claremont resident Grace Rivera uses special dark glasses she go...

  • Matthew Sianipar, his sister Kartika Sianipar and their friend Tracie Dobie seem to be enjoying the eclipse as they sit on the steps of Pomona College’s Carnegie Hall on Monday.

    Matthew Sianipar, his sister Kartika Sianipar and their friend T...

  • Madison Weigand and her Texas 4000 for Cancer team leave Jackson Wyoming and head into Grand Teton National Park on June 29, the 28th day of their 70 day ride.

    Madison Weigand and her Texas 4000 for Cancer team leave Jackson...

  • Claremont native Madison Weigand poses for a photo as she enters Alaska on the 65th day of her 70-day bicycle ride from Austin Texas to Anchorage, Alaska. Ms. Weigand, who rod 4,631 miles, was a participant in the 2017 Texas 4000 for Cancer.

    Claremont native Madison Weigand poses for a photo as she enters...

  • Claremont native Madison Weigand and 69 fellow University of Texas, Austin students recently rode their bicycles over 4500 miles from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska as part of the 2017 Texas 4000 for Cancer charity bicycle ride.

    Claremont native Madison Weigand and 69 fellow University of Tex...

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