You can watch this eclipse on one of several streaming services
It is set to be the first total solar eclipse in the United States in 28 years. Here are some places and times to watch it:
2 p.m. EDT
CHICAGO: At the U.S. Cellular field, Millennium Park and at nearby Grant Park, an estimated 1 million people are expected.
4 p.m. EDT
DALLAS: At Fair Park, where about 500,000 people are expected.
6 p.m. EDT
PHILADELPHIA: National Constitution Center and The Franklin Institute.
6:30 p.m. EDT
BERLIN: Outside the Brandenburg Gate, the Spandau Palace with a thousand telescopes.
7 p.m. EDT
PORTLAND, OR: At the Pioneer Courthouse Square, two telescopes will be set up and a program will take place.
8 p.m. EDT
MINNEAPOLIS: Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota Science and Technology Museum with a program, astronomy observatory, live streaming feed and street-side viewing.
9 p.m. EDT
CINCINNATI: A large American Visionary Art Museum exhibit by photographers from all over the world and science demonstrations.
10 p.m. EDT
ATLANTA: Suvie Observatory near the World of Coca-Cola, one of the largest telescopes in the United States.
10:30 p.m. EDT
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: The Jupiter Science Center with two telescopes, live streaming of the eclipse.
11 p.m. EDT
OAKLAND, CA: At Oakland Museum, the cover of The New York Times.
12 a.m. EDT
SAN FRANCISCO: Outside the Golden Gate Bridge along the Embarcadero, thousands of people are expected.
1 a.m. EDT
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA: Jaxson’s Moonshine, MoonshineinnaWorld.com, Jaxson’s Moonshine, Jaxson’s Moonshine.com.