Wisps of white haze flare out around the blackened disk of the Moon, which completely covers the Sun's disk.

When:

Monday, April 8

Where:

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Target Audience:

General Public

Overview:

Map of where the October 14 annular eclipse will be visible. Refer to the map link in the text for details on specific locations.

The total eclipse on April 8, 2024, will follow the diagonal path from Mexico to Maine. | + Expand image

On Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse will start in the South Pacific Ocean before passing over Mexico and following a diagonal path northeast over the U.S. and Canada. Meanwhile, viewers in neighboring locations will be able to see a partial eclipse. You can use this map to find more details on specific locations, including start times.

Learn more about solar eclipses, plus how to engage students in NASA science in our Teachable Moments series linked below. The article will be updated with information about where and when to watch the April 8 solar eclipse after the October 14 annular eclipse has ended.

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