On April 8, 2024 a total solar eclipse will be viewable across North America.

Total obscuration will first be visible in Mexico, across the the U.S., and finally ending in Canada, lasting 100 minutes from start to end.

Totality will last the longest in Torreón, Mexico, at 4 minutes and 28 seconds. However, many of those viewing totality in the U.S. will experience more than 4 minutes of darkness.

While roughly 9.5% of the U.S. population (31.6 million people) lives in the path of totality, over 99% of the country will be able to see at least a partial eclipse.

Check below to see what the eclipse will look like in different places throughout the U.S.