Totality

A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, thereby obscuring the view of the Sun from a small part of the Earth, totally or partially.

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Total solar eclipse April 8, 2024: What you'll see if you're outside the path of totality

Total solar eclipse April 2024: 10 of the biggest cities within in the path of totality

These eclipse-themed places will experience totality on April 8, 2024

The best places in the US to experience totality during the April 2024 solar eclipse

Experience April's total solar eclipse from the palm of your hand with the 'Totality' app from Big Kid Science

When a total solar eclipse occurs in a cloudy region, clouds suppress light levels so much that you won’t notice any changes in light levels until about 30 seconds before Totality. Like a fast forward sunset, it becomes dark. Light then returns to normal after Totality in only a few seconds

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A comet will be visible near the Sun during totality of the highly anticipated solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.

Eclipse simulator accurately shows what totality will look like during the 2024 solar eclipse at any given location across the eclipse path.

The 2024 total solar eclipse next April will be the most observed celestial event in history. Nearly 32 million people live in the path of totality, and another 117 million people live within 200 miles of that line.

The total lunar eclipse tomorrow morning will be the last total lunar eclipse visible in the U.S. until March 2025. Totality begins at 5:16 A.M. EST and ends at 6:41 A.M. EST.

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