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What Time Will The Eclipse Peak Over Los Angeles?
Here in Los Angeles, which is not being treated to totality, the Great American Eclipse will begin around 9:05 a.m. It will peak at 10:21 a.m., at which point the moon will briefly cover 70% of the sun's diameter and 62% of the sun's area. Here are some places to watch around L.A. (though we can assure you that Griffith Park is already beyond crowded). The eclipse will end at 11:44 a.m.
(Courtesy of Griffith Observatory)
If you don't want to settle for anything less than a total eclipse of the sun (or just don't feel like getting up and going outside), here's how to livestream the big event.
And in conclusion, some more reasons why you should definitely not look directly at the eclipse without proper protective eyewear:
IT'S ON: How To Livestream The Total Eclipse Right Now As It Crosses The U.S.
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