What time will the path of a solar eclipse be visible near you?

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The moon's shadow will soon slide across the United States, dimming the sun for millions of Americans living in the path of the total solar eclipse, while a few hundred million more will see a partial eclipse Monday afternoon.

For New Yorkers who live in the Big Apple and other areas outside the totality zone, such as Westchester and Long Island, the partial eclipse will be visible — weather pending — starting at 2:11 p.m.

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Meanwhile, areas upstate, such as Buffalo, Rochester and Plattsburgh, will witness a total solar eclipse, with the moon surrounding the sun in total darkness, for about four minutes.

In Buffalo, the total solar eclipse will begin at 3:18 p.m. EDT and end at 3:22 p.m., according to NASA.

The eclipse will be fully visible starting at 1:40 EST in Texas, and ending in Maine at 3:35 EST.

The city of Rochester is expected to witness the total eclipse at 3:20 p.m., while it will occur in Plattsburgh at 3:25 p.m.

New Yorkers across the state will likely be able to view the spectacle — while wearing NASA-approved eclipse glasses — in some capacity between 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

The eclipse will move across the path of totality in New York between 3:17 p.m. and 3:25 p.m

After leaving New York State, the eclipse will move to Burlington, Vermont, where it can be viewed in its entirety from approximately 3:26 p.m. to 3:29 p.m., according to NASA.

The agency added that it will be fully visible in Lancaster, New Hampshire, from 3:27 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and in Caribou, Maine, from 3:32 p.m. to 3:34 p.m.

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The eclipse will first make its way across Texas, where it will be fully visible from 1:40 PM CST until 1:44 PM.

The eclipse will be completely visible in 11 states, while two other states will see small parts of it. Henry Taylor/USA Today Network

It will then make its way through Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and finally New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

People in Tennessee and Michigan will also be able to see small portions of the eclipse.

The exact timing of the eclipse varies depending on where someone is in its path.




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