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What Time Will The Eclipse Peak Over Los Angeles?

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10:21 a.m.

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.

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(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.

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And in conclusion, some more reasons why you should definitely not look directly at the eclipse without proper protective eyewear:

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