For three minutes on August 21st, a total solar eclipse will be visible across a band in the United States.
This map shows the path of totality represented by the dark band, as well as the times and locations where they can be viewed from. The red bands show areas where you can see partial visibility. The solar eclipse will be most visible in the United States, however, one can view partial eclipses in South America, Mexico, Europe, and Canada.
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