America’s Eclipse

Path of the eclipse across the USA on August 21.
This image shows the path of the Moon’s shadow from Oregon to South Carolina on August 21, 2017. To view this spectacle, you must be within the shaded path shown on this map on that day. Places outside the shaded line will see a partial eclipse and miss some of the most beautiful parts of the eclipse. Clicking on the map will bring up a larger display.

On August 21, 2017, America will witness a total solar eclipse across the Continental U.S. for the first time since 1979. Click here to learn more about this event, and especially, the weather prospects that will let you select the best viewing location. Or, if you wish, select your state from the menu below for more detailed climate information.

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Updated September 2016

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