The entire U.S. will be able to see some form of the eclipse on Aug. 21, but only a small band of the country, about 70 miles wide, will be able to see in totality - when the moon completely blocks the sun. The blue band shows areas that will be able to witness the total eclipse. The yellow band shows where the totality will last the longest. Enter your address to see how close you will be to the action.

Use the interactive map above to see where the total solar eclipse will be visible the longest. Zoom out to see the path for the entire nation, or search for your address by entering it at the magnifying glass on the lower left.