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First Total Solar Eclipse Visible in U.S. in 38 years to Hit August 21st [Map]
The first total eclipse of the sun in 38 years predicted to cross the United States is expected to do so on August 21, 2017.
NASA has released a map showing the path where totality will be visible.
14 states are expected to be underneath the 70-mile wide total eclipse viewing area as it crosses from Oregon to South Carolina on that Monday.
Check out NASA’s detailed maps of each state the eclipse will touch to find a viewing location near you.
Get all the latest news on the total eclipse HERE Including the 2024 Eclipse Map!
CDN will post available live streams from across the nation HERE.
If you plan to view the eclipse directly, here are the ISO/CE certified eclipse glasses and solar viewing kits that meet NASA’s recommendations.
Update: NASA has released safety tips for viewing the eclipse HERE.
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I live in central Texas….will my grandsons and I be able to see any of it???
You will be able to see a partial eclipse. Depending on where in Texas you are, you will see between a 65 and 80% eclipse. The further north, the closer to totality you will see. Make sure you have the proper safety equipment before viewing the eclipse.
You know what time we can see it in phx az, thanks
It looks like 11:25 to 11:50 AM Mountain Time
I live in Oklahoma will I be able to see it?
I’m from San Pedro California when is the best time to see it
New albany, ms USA. What is the optimal time to view?
I saw one in the 70’s while in grade school.
Would love to share with my associates at work.
You’re going to be in the 90% totality area so you should get a good show between 1:15 PM and 1:45 PM Central Time according to NASA’s map. Be ready a bit early and plan to stay a little late. It’s a rare event. If you can make the drive to Nashville, you will experience a 100% total solar eclipse. Might just be worth a day off!
I’m in Staunton Virginia what will I see and what time should I be watching?
What time in Connecticut and what will see
Looks like around 2:15 – 2:45 and 65% totality.
Around what time in New Hampshire? Thanks.
I live in lake charles louisiana, what time is the viewing and should I keep my dog inside?