Watch live as a total eclipse of the sun passes over the continental United States for the first time in 99 years!
The path of totality will pass over 14 states – from Oregon in the west to South Carolina in the east – in approximately 93 minutes. Depending on where you live along this path, you'll be able to see the total eclipse for one and a half to two and a half minutes. Viewers in other states will be able to see a partial solar eclipse. Its size will vary depending on how close they are to the path of totality.
We'll be live in Madras, Oregon – one of the nation's premier viewing spots – with astronomers and educators, in partnership with the Lowell Observatory.
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