The sun is set to make its most powerful eclipse in history on September 20th.
It’s expected to be visible across much of the country, and eclipse watchers will be able to take a virtual tour of the moon during the event.
Here’s what you need to know about what you’ll see during the eclipse.
The eclipse will take place over the Atlantic Ocean and will be visible from many parts of the US.
In the southern states, South Carolina and Georgia will be hardest hit, while Florida and Louisiana will be among the most visible areas.
The sun will be low in the sky for much of this eclipse, with the peak near the north-eastern horizon and the peak south-easterly horizon.
The maximum eclipse will be at 11:22am EDT on the evening of September 19.
The path of the eclipse is a very narrow band that runs from the northernmost point of the sun to the southernmost point.
This means the eclipse will start in the southern part of the United States, and end in the northern part of New England.
There are three ways to watch the eclipse:Using an eclipse viewer:You can watch the event live on a variety of services such as YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and you can also view the event in full by downloading the eclipse app.
If you want to watch it on your mobile phone, you can download the iPhone app or the Android app.
The app also lets you choose from a list of eclipse locations around the world, and the option to choose your viewing location at the time of the event is available at the top of the screen.
You can also download an eclipse map, which shows you where you can see the eclipse on a map, or search for the eclipse to find a location nearby.
Using your smartphone:You’re able to view the eclipse live using the eclipse viewer app.
The app will display the path of totality in a map at the start of the partial eclipse, and then will show you the path as it progresses throughout the eclipse, providing you with an up-to-the-minute view of the totality.
You’re able, however, to set your viewing time and the duration of the total eclipse in the settings menu.
Here are some examples of how you can view the partial and total eclipses:If you’re viewing the eclipse using the Google Maps app, you will see the path and total eclipse at different times.
You will also be able toggle between the two images on the Google Earth mobile app, and when you tap on a location in the map, you’ll be taken to that location.
If you want a complete view of totality and location information, you should visit the official Google Earth website, which also has a list on how to view totality.