A Total Solar Eclipse is Coming to the United States!

//A Total Solar Eclipse is Coming to the United States!

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“…And we’ll see YOU… in the shadow!!”

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It’s an interesting fact that this eclipse path cuts right through the middle of several very large cities. If you’re in St. Louis or Kansas City, you need to be in a certain part of town to see totality. Nashville is partially in totality. Portland OR misses it, as does Atlanta and Chattanooga. Bowling Green is barely in the path. Greenville SC is, but Spartanburg isn’t! And Charlotte misses as well. Omaha is not in the path, but Lincoln is – just barely. And the great national Parks of Yellowstone/Grand Teton, and the Great Smoky Mountains are cut in half by the path. But Craters of the Moon misses the show! The Land Between the Lakes in Kentucky will be perfect, weather permitting! But if you want to be there to see it, then you need to be in the right spot! Check out the maps to make sure you’re there!

When the Eclipse Happens Worldwide — Timeline

The eclipse starts at one location and ends at another. The times below are actual times (in UTC) when the eclipse occurs.

Event UTC Time Time in Thousand Oaks*
First location to see the partial eclipse begin Aug 21 at 15:46:50 Aug 21 at 8:46:50 am
First location to see the full eclipse begin Aug 21 at 16:48:34 Aug 21 at 9:48:34 am
Maximum Eclipse Aug 21 at 18:25:35 Aug 21 at 11:25:35 am
Last location to see the full eclipse end Aug 21 at 20:02:33 Aug 21 at 1:02:33 pm
Last location to see the partial eclipse end Aug 21 at 21:04:21 Aug 21 at 2:04:21 pm

* Local times shown do not refer to when the eclipse can be observed from Thousand Oaks. Instead, they indicate the times when the eclipse begins, is at its maximum, and ends, somewhere else on Earth. The corresponding local times are useful if you want to view the eclipse via a live webcam.

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