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When Is the Next Total Solar Eclipse?

Set Your Alarms NOW to See the Biggest Solar Eclipse in Your Lifetime

Tell everyone you're busy on Aug. 21, 2017, because you won't want to miss the next total solar eclipse. It may be a year ahead, but mark your calendars now — the last total eclipse to be visible across the United States was in 1918, according to Ars Technica.

Those in states from Oregon to South Carolina will be able to view the total eclipse, while the rest of America will see at least a part of it. NASA's interactive map lets you hover over your location for the times you can catch the event. In total, the greatest duration will be about two minutes and 40 seconds.


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