Eclipse Time and Eclipse Duration

Where and when to watch the 2017 total solar eclipse.

 

The total solar eclipse of 2017 will be visible from a 100-mile-wide band that extends across the United States from Oregon to South Carolina.

 

Listed below are the start times and durations of the 2017 total solar eclipse for selected cities.  All times are local daylight times.  Durations are given in minutes and seconds.

True corona during a total solar eclipse.

The Great Total Solar Eclipse of 2017:

City                                       Eclipse Time        Eclipse Duration

Lincoln City, Oregon             10:16:06 am           1 min 56 sec

Salem, Oregon                       10:17:21                 1        55

Baker City, Oregon                10:24:30                 1        36

Idaho Falls, Idaho                  11:33:01                 1        48

Jackson, Wyoming                11:34:55                  2        16

Caspar, Wyoming                  11:42:38                 2        26

Alliance, Nebraska                11:49:16                 2        30

Grand Island, Nebraska         12:58:33 pm          2        34

St. Joseph, Missouri                1:06:28                 2        38

Jefferson City, Missouri          1:13:10                 2        29

Carbondale, Illinois                 1:20:07                 2        38

Nashville, Tennessee               1:27:29                 1        55

Greenville, South Carolina      2:38:04                 2        12

Columbia, South Carolina       2:41:49                 2        30

Charleston, South Carolina     2:46:19                  1        39

Centerline communities:

These communities are close to the centerline.

(And so have among the longest eclipse durations.)

     Lincoln City, Oregon

     Jefferson, Oregon

     Madras, Oregon

     John Day, Oregon

     Weiser, Idaho

     Mackay, Idaho

     Rigby, Idaho

     Jackson, Wyoming

     Casper, Wyoming

     Orin, Wyoming

     Alliance, Nebraska

     Stapleton, Nebraska

     Grand Island, Nebraska

     St. Joseph, Missouri

     Marshall, Missouri

     Carbondale, Illinois

     Princeton, Kentucky

     Crossville, Tennessee

     Anderson, South Carolina

     Lexington, South Carolina

     Santee, South Carolina