Answered By: Rebecca Sedam
Last Updated: Apr 08, 2024     Views: 12

The maximum view of Chicago's partial eclipse is 2:07pm.

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To figure out the eclipse timing at any location, go to the eclipse map at A link under the map allows  users to quickly identify how the eclipse looks in their location. NOTE: May be experiencing heavy traffic!

Since the Chicago region is outside the "totality zone" where a full eclipse can be viewed, this resource will allow you to determine the extent and timing of coverage.

NASA has guidance about eye safety during an eclipse, including tips for people without special protective eclipse glasses.

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