On Monday, August 21, for the first time in 100 years, a solar eclipse will travel across the entire USA. That’s right, the stars are aligning and we want to make sure you know what the magnitude of the eclipse is from your location and what the best time to view it is.
First, here’s a map showing the magnitude of the eclipse across the U.S.:
A greater percentage of the Sun will be covered the closer you are to the main path of the eclipse.
Next, check out the best time to view the Eclipse from your location by clicking this link and searching for your city.
We hope you have a chance to step out and enjoy this once in a lifetime event.