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What will the eclipse look like in select cities?

Well now you can find out! You can check below using this interactive map! NASA calculated the start and end times for the eclipse in thousands of cities across the US.

Enter any zip code or explore the map for what you can expect to see in the city closest to your location.

Map Provided by Nasa

Note: This is best used on a tablet or computer, if your using your phone for this map, then turn your phone sideways for a better experience!


Countdown until the Solar eclipse on April 8, 2024

What to look for!

If you are one of the lucky ones in totality, you'll witness the sky dramatically darkening as if twilight is upon us. NASA notes that, depending on the humidity and cloud coverage, you might also feel a significant drop in temperature, about 10 degrees Fahrenheit (5 degrees Celsius), as the sun vanishes.

Be on the lookout for the mesmerizing sight of Baily’s beads just before and after the eclipse. This dazzling event happens when sunlight streams through the moon’s valleys, casting a series of radiant light droplets around the moon’s edge.

The prime spot for the longest eclipse experience is near Torreón, Mexico, boasting a peak duration of 4 minutes and 28 seconds. Yet, even if you're not directly under the eclipse's path, there's still plenty of its magic to witness.

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