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Always follow safe eclipse viewing procedures. The website owner assumes no responsibility for any person causing harm to themselves or others by following unsafe eclipse viewing procedures or using an unsafe, defective, or counterfeit product. By using this website and any other media associated with this website you agree to hold harmless the website owner for any harm caused by following unsafe eclipse viewing procedures or using an unsafe, defective, or counterfeit product.
If you don't fully and clearly understand how to safely view a solar eclipse and if you can't indisputably verify that your eclipse viewing equipment is 100 percent certified safe, then we highly recommend that you don't attempt to view any upcoming solar eclipse.
For the definitive source on how to safely view a solar eclipse, see the pages on viewing safety by the American Astronomical Society and NASA. Additionally, the American Astronomical Society provides guidance on how to tell if your eclipse glasses or viewers are safe.
To determine local circumstance details for any total solar eclipse, including the precise start time, end time, and duration of totality for your exact location, use the
interactive Google eclipse maps developed by Xavier Jubier.