On Monday, August 21, 2017 a total solar eclipse was visible across the contiguous United States from Oregon to South Carolina. The area of the path of totality touched 14 states and was close to 16% of the total area of the United States. The next total solar eclipse in the United States will occur in April of 2024, then again in August of 2045.
Start the time slider below to track the eclipse from August 21, 2017 minute by minute.
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cloud cover for areas across the United States during the solar eclipse of 2017.