Solar eclipse 2024: Enter your zip code, see how eclipse will look from your home


Monday’s solar eclipse will be a spectacular event for people in the path of totality, but even those subjected to a partial view can still enjoy the moon blocking the sun.

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All states in the contiguous U.S. will experience some level of the eclipse. However, according to NASA, the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, along with some areas of Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee, will be in the path of totality.

The moon will fully cover the sun for up to 4½ minutes, according to The Wall Street Journal. Viewers can get a rare glimpse of the sun’s corona -- the outermost part of the star’s atmosphere.

NASA has a tool that shows how the eclipse will look in your area. Just enter your zip code.

Univision has a more interactive tool that simulates the view as the moon moves across the sun.

“Enter your zip code below and you’ll be able to see a re-creation of the eclipse from your city,” the news organization wrote. You can also click here.

For a mobile-friendly or full-screen version of NASA’s interactive map, visit also has an interactive tool that illustrates what the eclipse will look from any venue in the United States.

Monday will be the last time until 2044 that a total eclipse can be viewed in the contiguous United States.

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