Solar Eclipse Timings in USA – 20 / 21 May 2012 Annular Solar Eclipse


20 May 2012 Solar Eclipse

On 20 / 21 May 2012, the first Solar Eclipse (Surya Grahan) of the year 2012 will take place. It will be an Annular Solar Eclipse which takes place when Moon blocks most of the sun’s light and makes Sun look like an annulus.

The maximum eclipse will be visible from North Pacific, south of the Aleutian Islands and finished in western United States of America.

UTC Timing of 20th May 2012 Solar Eclipse :

(P1) Partial begin : 20:56:07 UTC
(U1) Total begin : 22:06:17 UTC
Greatest eclipse : 23:53:54 UTC
(U4) Total end : 1:39:11 UTC
(P4) Partial end : 2:49:21 UTC

20 / 21 May 2012 Solar Eclipse Timings in USA (United States) :

Alabama (Ala., AL)

1) Birmingham – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 7.41 pm
2) Dothan – Eclipse Not Visible
3) Huntsville – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset
4) Mobile – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset – Maximum at 7.40 pm
5) Montgomery – 7.30 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 7.37 pm
6) Tuscaloosa – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset

Alaska (AK)

1) Anchorage – 3.17 pm to 5.54 pm AKDT – Maximum at 4.37 pm
2) Fairbanks – 3.19 pm to 5.47 pm AKDT – Max at 4.34 pm
3) Juneau – 3.36 pm to 6.06 pm AKDT – Max at 4.54 pm

American Samoa (AS)

– Solar Eclipse Not visible in entire region including Pago Pago, Fagatogo, Tafuna

Arizona (Ariz., AZ)

1) Flagstaff – 5.27 MST pm to sunset – Max at 6.37 pm
2) Phoenix – 5.28 pm MST to sunset – Max at 6.38 pm
3) Page – 5.24 pm MST to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 6.32 pm to 6.37 pm – Max at 6.34 pm
4) Tucson – 5.31 pm MST to sunset – Maximum at 6.40 pm
5) Tuba City – 6.25 pm MDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.38 pm MDT – Max at 7.35 pm MDT

Arkansas (Ark., AR)

1) Fayetteville – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset
2) Fort Smith – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset
3) Little Rock – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.06 pm

California (Calif., CA)

1) Anaheim – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT – Max at 6.38 pm
2) Bakersfield – 5.22 pm to 7.42 pm PDT – Max at 6.36 pm
3) Chico – 5.13 pm to 7.38 pm PDT – Annular Eclipse between 6.28 pm to 6.32 pm – Max at 6.30 pm
4) Eureka – 5.09 pm to 7.37 pm PDT – Annular Eclipse between 6.25 pm to 6.30 pm – Max at 6.27 pm
5) Fremont – 5.16 pm to 7.41 pm PDT – Max at 6.33 pm
6) Fresno – 5.19 pm to 7.41 pm PDT – Max at 6.34 pm
7) Long Beach – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT – Maximum at 6.38 pm
8) Los Angeles – 5.24 pm to 7.43 pm PDT – Max at 6.38 pm
9) Oakland – 5.15 pm to 7.40 pm PDT – Maximum at 6.32 pm
10) Oxnard – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT – Max at 6.37 pm
11) Redding – 5.11 pm to 7.37 pm PDT – Annular Eclipse between 6.26 pm to 6.31 pm – Maximum at 6.28 pm
12) Riverside – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT – Max at 6.38 pm
13) Sacramento – 5.15 pm to 7.39 pm PDT – Max at 6.31 pm
14) San Diego – 5.27 pm PDT to sunset – Maximum at 6.39 pm
15) San Francisco – 5.15 pm to 7.40 pm PDT – Max at 6.32 pm
16) San Jose – 5.17 pm to 7.41 pm PDT – Max at 6.33 pm
17) Santa Ana – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT – Maximum at 6.38 pm
18) Stockton – 5.16 pm to 7.40 pm PDT – Max at 6.32 pm

Colorado (Colo., CO)

1) Aurora – 6.22 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.29 pm
2) Colorado Springs – 6.24 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.30 pm
3) Denver – 6.22 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.29 pm
4) Fort Collins – 6.21 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.28 pm
5) Pueblo – 6.24 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.31 pm

Connecticut (Conn., CT)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire CT region including Bridgeport, Danbury, Hamden, Hartford, New Haven, New London, Stamford, Waterbury

Delaware (Del., DE)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire DE region including Dover, Newark

District of Columbia (D.C., DC)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire DC region including Washington DC

Federated States of Micronesia (FSM, FM)

1) Palikir – 9.35 pm to 10.43 pm UTC

Florida (Fla., FL)

1) Pensacola – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset; Max at 7.36 pm

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in most parts of FL region including Hialeah, Jacksonville, Melbourne, Miami, Orlando, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Tallahassee, West Palm Beach

Georgia (Ga., GA)

1) Atlanta – 8.28 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.32 pm
2) Columbus – 8.29 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.32 pm
3) Johns Creek – 8.28 pm EDT to sunset
4) Roswell – 8.28 pm EDT to sunset
5) Sandy Springs – 8.28 pm EDT to sunset

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in most parts of GA region including Athens, Albany, Augusta, Macon, Savannah.

Guam (GU)

– Hagatna – 9 pm to 11.15 pm UTC; Max at 10.02 pm UT

Hawaii (HI)

– Honolulu – 2.02 pm to 4.12 pm HAST; Max at 3.11 pm

Idaho (ID)

1) Boise – 6.12 pm to 8.31 pm MDT – Max at 7.25 pm
2) Idaho Falls – 6.14 pm to 8.30 pm MDT – Max at 7.25 pm
3) Nampa – 6.12 pm to 8.31 pm MDT – Max at 7.25 pm
4) Pocatello – 6.15 pm to 8.31 pm MDT – Max at 7.26 pm

Illinois (Ill., IL)

1) Chicago – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.06 pm
2) Peoria – 7.23 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.10 pm
3) Rockford – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.13 pm
4) Springfield – 7.24 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.08 pm

Indiana (Ind., IN)

1) Evansville – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 7.55 pm
2) Fort Wayne – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.53 pm
3) Indianapolis – 8.23 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.54 pm
4) South Bend – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 9 pm

Iowa (IA)

1) Cedar Rapids – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset
2) Davenport – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset
3) Des Moines – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.23 pm
4) Sioux City – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.23 pm
5) Waterloo – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.22 pm

Kansas (Kans., KS)

1) Topeka – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.27 pm
2) Wichita – 7.26 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.29 pm

Kentucky (Ky., KY)

1) Bowling Green – 7.26 pm CDT to sunset
2) Frankfort – 8.24 pm EDT to sunset
3) Lexington – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.43 pm
4) Louisville – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.48 pm

Louisiana (La., LA)

1) Baton Rouge – 7.33 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 7.52 pm
2) New Orleans – 7.33 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 7.47 pm
3) Shreveport – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.07 pm

Maine (ME)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire ME region including Augusta, Norway, Portland, Lewiston

Maryland (Md., MD)

1) Lonaconing – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset
2) Oakland – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in many parts of MD region including Annapolis, Bethesda, Baltimore, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Hagerstown, Rockville, Salisbury

Massachusetts (Mass., MA)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire MA region including Boston, Cambridge, Lowell, Plymouth, Springfield, Worcester

Michigan (Mich., MI)

1) Detroit – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.49 pm
2) Flint – 8.20 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.53 pm
3) Grand Rapids – 8.20 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 9.01 pm
4) Kalamazoo – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.59 pm
5) Lansing – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.56 pm
6) Saginaw – 8.20 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.55 pm

Minnesota (Minn., MN)

1) Duluth – 7.17 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.16 pm
2) Minneapolis – 7.19 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.19 pm
3) Rochester – 7.20 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.20 pm
4) St. Paul – 7.19 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.19 pm

Mississippi (Miss., MS)

1) Gulfport – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset
2) Hattiesburg – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset
3) Jackson – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 7.52 pm

Missouri (Mo., MO)

1) Cape Girardeau – 7.26 pm CDT to sunset
2) Columbia – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset
3) Jefferson City – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.15 pm
4) Kansas City – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.26 pm
5) Independence – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset
6) Springfield – 7.27 pm CDT to sunset
7) St. Louis – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.07 pm

Montana (Mont., MT)

1) Billings – 6.13 pm to 8.25 pm MDT – Max at 7.22 pm
2) Great Falls – 6.10 pm to 8.23 pm MDT – Max at 7.19 pm
3) Helena – 6.10 pm to 8.25 pm MDT – Max at 7.21 pm
4) Missoula – 6.09 pm to 8.25 pm MDT – Max at 7.20 pm

Nebraska (Nebr., NE)

1) Bellevue – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.25 pm
2) Grand Island – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.26 pm
3) Lincoln – 7.23 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.25 pm
4) Omaha –  7.22 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.25 pm

Nevada (Nev., NV)

1) Carson City – 5.15 pm to 7.38 pm PDT – Annular Eclipse between 6.29 pm to 6.34 pm – Max at around 6.31 pm
2) Henderson – 5.23 pm PDT to sunset – Max at 6.36 pm
3) Las Vegas – 5.23 pm to 7.40 pm PDT – Max at 6.35 pm
4) Reno – 5.15 pm to 7.38 pm PDT – Annular Eclipse between 6.28 pm to 6.33 pm – Max at around 6.31 pm

New Hampshire (N.H., NH)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire NH region including Concord, Manchester

New Jersey (N.J., NJ)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire NJ area including Brick, Bayonne, Camden, Cherry Hill, Clifton, East Orange, Edison, Elizabeth, Gloucester, Hamilton, Jersey City, Lakewood, Middletown, Newark, Old Bridge, Passaic, Paterson, Toms River, Trenton, Union City, Woodbridge Township

New Mexico (N.M., NM)

1) Alamogordo – 6.31 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.38 pm
2) Albuquerque – 6.28 pm MDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.39 pm – Max at 7.35 pm
3) Clovis – 6.29 pm MDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.38 pm – Max at 7.35 pm
4) Farmington – 6.25 pm MDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 7.32 pm to 7.36 pm – Max at around 7.34 pm
5) Las Cruces – 6.31 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.38 pm
6) Rio Rancho – 6.28 pm MDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.38 pm – Max at 7.35 pm
7) Roswell – 6.30 pm MDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 7.35 pm to 7.40 pm – Max at around 7.37 pm
8) Santa Fe – 6.27 pm MDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.37 pm – Max at around 7.35 pm

New York (N.Y., NY)

1) Binghamton – 8.19 pm EDT to sunset – Note: Solar Eclipse visible only for few seconds
2) Buffalo – 8.19 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.34 pm
3) Rochester – 8.19 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.29 pm
4) Syracuse – 8.19 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.23 pm

Solar Eclipse Not Visible in many parts of NY regions including Albany, Mount Mt Vernon, New Rochelle, New York City, Schenectady, Utica, Yonkers

North Carolina (N.C., NC)

1) Asheville – 8.26 pm EDT to sunset

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in many parts of NC regions including Cary, Charlotte, Concord, Durham, Fayetteville, Gastonia, Greensboro, Greenville, High Point, Jacksonville, Raleigh, Wilmington, Winston-Salem

North Dakota (N.D., ND)

1) Bismarck – 7.15 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.19 pm
2) Dickinson – 6.14 pm MDT to 8.20 pm MDT – Max at 7.19 pm
3) Fargo – 7.16 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.18 pm
4) Grand Forks – 7.15 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.16 pm
5) Minot – 7.13 pm to 9.16 pm CDT – Max at 8.17 pm
6) Williston – 7.13 pm to 9.18 pm CDT – Max at 8.18 pm

Ohio (OH)

1) Akron – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.39 pm
2) Canton – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.38 pm
3) Columbus – 8.23 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.42 pm
4) Cleveland – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.41 pm
5) Cincinnati – 8.24 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.46 pm
6) Dayton – 8.23 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.46 pm
7) Toledo – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.49 pm
8) Youngstown – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.35 pm

Oklahoma (Okla., OK)

1) Lawton – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset
2) Norman – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset
3) Oklahoma City – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.29 pm
4) Tulsa – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.24 pm

Oregon (Ore., OR)

1) Eugene – 5.05 pm to 7.32 pm PDT – Max at 6.23 pm
2) Grants Pass – 5.07 pm to 7.35 pm PDT – Annular Eclipse Between 6.24 pm to 6.28 pm – Max at around 6.26 pm
3) Medford – 5.08 pm to 7.35 pm PDT – Annular Eclipse Between 6.24 pm to 6.28 pm – Max at around 6.26 pm
4) Portland – 5.04 pm to 7.30 pm PDT – Max at 6.21 pm
5) Salem – 5.04 pm to 7.31 pm PDT – Max at 6.21 pm

Pennsylvania (Pa., PA)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible at many parts of PA region including Allentown, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Philadelphia, Reading, Scranton, York.

1) Altoona – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset
2) Erie – 8.20 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.36 pm
3) Pittsburgh – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.31 pm

Puerto Rico (P.R., PR)

– Solar Eclipse not visible in entire PR territory including San Juan, Carolina

Rhode Island (R.I., RI)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire RI region including Cranston, Coventry, East Providence, Pawtucket, Providence, Warwick, Woonsocket

South Carolina (S.C., SC)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in many parts of SC region including Columbia, Charleston, Mount Pleasant, North Charleston, Rock Hill, Summerville

South Dakota (S.D., SD)

1) Pierre – 7.18 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.22 pm CDT
2) Rapid City – 6.18 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.23 pm MDT
3) Sioux Falls – 7.20 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.22 pm CDT

Tennessee (Tenn., TN)

1) Chattanooga – 8.27 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.39 pm EDT
2) Clarksville – 7.26 pm CDT to sunset
3) Knoxville – 8.26 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.35 pm EDT
4) Memphis – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 7.58 pm CDT
5) Murfreesboro – 7.27 pm CDT to sunset
6) Nashville – 7.27 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 7.47 pm CDT

Texas (Tex., TX)

1) Arlington – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.21 pm
2) Austin – 7.34 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.18 pm
3) Beaumont – 7.34 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.03 pm
4) Brownsville – 7.39 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.09 pm
5) Corpus Christi – 7.37 pm CDT to sunset  – Max at 8.12 pm
6) Dallas – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.20 pm
7) El Paso – 6.32 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.39 pm MDT
8) Fort Worth – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset  – Max at 8.22 pm
9) Houston – 7.35 pm CDT to sunset  – Max at 8.08 pm
10) Laredo – 7.38 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.20 pm
11) Lubbock – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset  – Annular Eclipse between 8.33 pm 8.39 pm CDT – Max at around 8.36 pm
12) McAllen – 7.39 pm CDT to sunset  – Max at 8.12 pm
13) Midland – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 8.36 pm 8.40 pm CDT – Max at around 8.38 pm
14) Odessa – 7.33 pm CDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 8.37 pm 8.39 pm CDT – Max at around 8.39 pm
15) Plano – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.20 pm
16) San Antonio – 7.35 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.20 pm
17) Tyler – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset

Utah (UT)

1) Ogden – 6.18 pm to 8.33 pm MDT – Max at 7.28 pm
2) Provo – 6.19 pm to 8.34 pm MDT – Max at 7.30 pm
3) Salt Lake City – 6.18 pm to 8.33 pm MDT – Max at 7.29 pm
4) St George – 6.23 pm MDT to sunset – Annular Eclipse between 7.32 pm to 7.37 pm – Max at 7.34 pm

Vermont (Vt., VT)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire VT region including Barre, Burlington, Montpelier, Rutland

Virgin Islands (V.I., VI)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire VI region including Charlotte Amalie

Virginia (Va., VA)

– Eclipse Not Visible in many parts of VA including Newport News, Norfolk, North Springfield, Richmond, Roanoke, Virginia Beach

1) Abingdon – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset
2) Wise – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset
3) Wytheville – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset

Washington (Wash., WA)

1) Kennewick – 5.06 pm to 7.28 pm PDT – Max at 6.20 pm
2) Olympia – 5.01 pm to 7.27 pm PDT – Max at 6.18 pm
3) Seattle – 5.01 pm to 7.26 pm PDT – Max at 6.17 pm
4) Spokane – 5.05 pm to 7.25 pm PDT – Max at 6.18 pm
5) Tacoma – 5.01 pm to 7.27 pm PDT – Max at 6.18 pm
6) Yakima – 5,04 pm to 7.28 pm PDT – Max at 6.19 pm

West Virginia (W.Va., WV)

1) Charleston – 8.24 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.32 pm
2) Huntington – 8.24 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.36 pm
3) Morgantown – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.32 pm
4) Parkersburg – 8.23 pm EDT to sunset – Max at 8.34 pm

Wisconsin (Wis., WI)

1) Eau Claire – 7.19 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.19 pm
2) Green Bay – 7.19 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.18 pm
3) Madison – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.16 pm
4) Milwaukee – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset – Max at 8.10 pm

Wyoming (Wyo., WY)

1) Casper – 6.18 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.25 pm
2) Cheyenne – 6.21 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.28 pm
3) Gillette – 6.17 pm MDT to sunset – Max at 7.23 pm

Abbreviations:

ADT – Atlantic Daylight Time HAA (UTC – 3 hrs)
CDT – Central Daylight Time HAC (UT – 5 Hrs)
CST – Central Standard Time HNC (UTC – 6 Hrs)
EDT – Eastern Daylight Time HAE (UTC – 4 hour)
MDT – Mountain Daylight Time HAR (UT – 6 hrs)
MST – Mountain Standard Time HNR (UT – 7 hrs)
PDT – Pacific Daylight Time HAP (UTC – 7 hr)
DST – Daylight Saving Time
Universal Time (UT) and GMT are almost same

Alabama (Ala., AL)

1) Birmingham – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 7.41 pm

2) Dothan – Eclipse Not Visible

3) Huntsville – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset

4) Mobile – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset
– Maximum at 7.40 pm

5) Montgomery – 7.30 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 7.37 pm

6) Tuscaloosa – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset

Alaska (AK)

1) Anchorage – 3.17 pm to 5.54 pm AKDT
– Maximum at 4.37 pm

2) Fairbanks – 3.19 pm to 5.47 pm AKDT
– Max at 4.34 pm

3) Juneau – 3.36 pm to 6.06 pm AKDT
– Max at 4.54 pm

American Samoa (AS)

– Solar Eclipse Not visible in entire region including Pago Pago, Fagatogo, Tafuna

Arizona (Ariz., AZ)

1) Flagstaff – 5.27 MST pm to sunset
– Max at 6.37 pm

2) Phoenix – 5.28 pm MST to sunset
– Max at 6.38 pm

3) Page – 5.24 pm MST to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 6.32 pm to 6.37 pm
– Max at 6.34 pm

4) Tucson – 5.31 pm MST to sunset
– Maximum at 6.40 pm

5) Tuba City – 6.25 pm MDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.38 pm MDT
– Max at 7.35 pm MDT

Arkansas (Ark., AR)

1) Fayetteville – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset

2) Fort Smith – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset

3) Little Rock – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.06 pm

California (Calif., CA)

1) Anaheim – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT
– Max at 6.38 pm

2) Bakersfield – 5.22 pm to 7.42 pm PDT
– Max at 6.36 pm

3) Chico – 5.13 pm to 7.38 pm PDT
– Annular Eclipse between 6.28 pm to 6.32 pm
– Max at 6.30 pm

4) Eureka – 5.09 pm to 7.37 pm PDT
– Annular Eclipse between 6.25 pm to 6.30 pm
– Max at 6.27 pm

5) Fremont – 5.16 pm to 7.41 pm PDT
– Max at 6.33 pm

6) Fresno – 5.19 pm to 7.41 pm PDT
– Max at 6.34 pm

7) Long Beach – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT
– Maximum at 6.38 pm

8) Los Angeles – 5.24 pm to 7.43 pm PDT
– Max at 6.38 pm

9) Oakland – 5.15 pm to 7.40 pm PDT
– Maximum at 6.32 pm

10) Oxnard – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT
– Max at 6.37 pm

11) Redding – 5.11 pm to 7.37 pm PDT
– Annular Eclipse between 6.26 pm to 6.31 pm
– Maximum at 6.28 pm

12) Riverside – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT
– Max at 6.38 pm

13) Sacramento – 5.15 pm to 7.39 pm PDT
– Max at 6.31 pm

14) San Diego – 5.27 pm PDT to sunset
– Maximum at 6.39 pm

15) San Francisco – 5.15 pm to 7.40 pm PDT
– Max at 6.32 pm

16) San Jose – 5.17 pm to 7.41 pm PDT
– Max at 6.33 pm

17) Santa Ana – 5.25 pm to 7.43 pm PDT
– Maximum at 6.38 pm

18) Stockton – 5.16 pm to 7.40 pm PDT
– Max at 6.32 pm

Colorado (Colo., CO)

1) Aurora – 6.22 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.29 pm

2) Colorado Springs – 6.24 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.30 pm

3) Denver – 6.22 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.29 pm

4) Fort Collins – 6.21 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.28 pm

5) Pueblo – 6.24 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.31 pm

Connecticut (Conn., CT)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire CT region including Bridgeport, Danbury, Hamden, Hartford, New Haven, New London, Stamford, Waterbury

Delaware (Del., DE)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire DE region including Dover, Newark

District of Columbia (D.C., DC)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire DC region including Washington DC

Federated States of Micronesia (FSM, FM)

1) Palikir – 9.35 pm to 10.43 pm UTC

Florida (Fla., FL)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in most parts of FL region including Hialeah, Jacksonville, Melbourne, Miami, Orlando, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Tallahassee, West Palm Beach

– Pensacola – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset; Max at 7.36 pm

Georgia (Ga., GA)

1) Atlanta – 8.28 pm EDT to sunset.
– Max at 8.32 pm

2,3,4) Athens, Albany, Augusta – Eclipse Not Visible

5) Columbus – 8.29 pm EDT to sunset.
– Max at 8.32 pm

6) Johns Creek – 8.28 pm EDT to sunset

7) Macon – Eclipse Not Visible

8) Roswell – 8.28 pm EDT to sunset

9) Sandy Springs – 8.28 pm EDT to sunset

10) Savannah – Solar Eclipse Cannot be seen

Guam (GU)

– Hagatna – 9 pm to 11.15 pm UTC; Max at 10.02 pm UT

Hawaii (HI)

– Honolulu – 2.02 pm to 4.12 pm HAST; Max at 3.11 pm

Idaho (ID)

1) Boise – 6.12 pm to 8.31 pm MDT
– Max at 7.25 pm

2) Idaho Falls – 6.14 pm to 8.30 pm MDT
– Max at 7.25 pm

3) Nampa – 6.12 pm to 8.31 pm MDT
– Max at 7.25 pm

4) Pocatello – 6.15 pm to 8.31 pm MDT
– Max at 7.26 pm

Illinois (Ill., IL)

1) Chicago – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.06 pm

2) Peoria – 7.23 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.10 pm

3) Rockford – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.13 pm

4) Springfield – 7.24 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.08 pm

Indiana (Ind., IN)

1) Evansville – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 7.55 pm

2) Fort Wayne – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.53 pm

3) Indianapolis – 8.23 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.54 pm

4) South Bend – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 9 pm

Iowa (IA)

1) Cedar Rapids – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset

2) Davenport – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset

3) Des Moines – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.23 pm

4) Sioux City – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.23 pm

5) Waterloo – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.22 pm

Kansas (Kans., KS)

1) Topeka – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.27 pm

2) Wichita – 7.26 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.29 pm

Kentucky (Ky., KY)

1) Bowling Green – 7.26 pm CDT to sunset

2) Frankfort – 8.24 pm EDT to sunset

3) Lexington – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.43 pm

4) Louisville – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.48 pm

Louisiana (La., LA)

1) Baton Rouge – 7.33 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 7.52 pm

2) New Orleans – 7.33 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 7.47 pm

3) Shreveport – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.07 pm

Maine (ME)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire ME region including Augusta, Norway, Portland, Lewiston

Maryland (Md., MD)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in many parts of MD region including Annapolis, Bethesda, Baltimore, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Hagerstown, Rockville, Salisbury

– Lonaconing – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset

– Oakland – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset

Massachusetts (Mass., MA)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire MA region including Boston, Cambridge, Lowell, Plymouth, Springfield, Worcester

Michigan (Mich., MI)

1) Detroit – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.49 pm

2) Flint – 8.20 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.53 pm

3) Grand Rapids – 8.20 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 9.01 pm

4) Kalamazoo – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.59 pm

5) Lansing – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.56 pm

6) Saginaw – 8.20 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.55 pm

Minnesota (Minn., MN)

1) Duluth – 7.17 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.16 pm

2) Minneapolis – 7.19 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.19 pm

3) Rochester – 7.20 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.20 pm

4) St. Paul – 7.19 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.19 pm

Mississippi (Miss., MS)

1) Gulfport – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset

2) Hattiesburg – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset

3) Jackson – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 7.52 pm

Missouri (Mo., MO)

1) Cape Girardeau – 7.26 pm CDT to sunset

2) Columbia – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset

3) Jefferson City – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.15 pm

4) Kansas City – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.26 pm

5) Independence – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset

6) Springfield – 7.27 pm CDT to sunset

7) St. Louis – 7.25 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.07 pm

Montana (Mont., MT)

1) Billings – 6.13 pm to 8.25 pm MDT
– Max at 7.22 pm

2) Great Falls – 6.10 pm to 8.23 pm MDT
– Max at 7.19 pm

3) Helena – 6.10 pm to 8.25 pm MDT
– Max at 7.21 pm

4) Missoula – 6.09 pm to 8.25 pm MDT
– Max at 7.20 pm

Nebraska (Nebr., NE)

1) Bellevue – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.25 pm

2) Grand Island – 7.22 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.26 pm

3) Lincoln – 7.23 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.25 pm

4) Omaha –  7.22 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.25 pm

Nevada (Nev., NV)

1) Carson City – 5.15 pm to 7.38 pm PDT
– Annular Eclipse between 6.29 pm to 6.34 pm
– Max at around 6.31 pm

2) Henderson – 5.23 pm PDT to sunset
– Max at 6.36 pm

3) Las Vegas – 5.23 pm to 7.40 pm PDT
– Max at 6.35 pm

4) Reno – 5.15 pm to 7.38 pm PDT
– Annular Eclipse between 6.28 pm to 6.33 pm
– Max at around 6.31 pm

New Hampshire (N.H., NH)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire NH region including Concord, Manchester

New Jersey (N.J., NJ)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire NJ area including Brick, Bayonne, Camden, Cherry Hill, Clifton, East Orange, Edison, Elizabeth, Gloucester, Hamilton, Jersey City, Lakewood, Middletown, Newark, Old Bridge, Passaic, Paterson, Toms River, Trenton, Union City, Woodbridge Township

New Mexico (N.M., NM)

1) Alamogordo – 6.31 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.38 pm

2) Albuquerque – 6.28 pm MDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.39 pm
– Max at 7.35 pm

3) Clovis – 6.29 pm MDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.38 pm
– Max at 7.35 pm

4) Farmington – 6.25 pm MDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 7.32 pm to 7.36 pm
– Max at around 7.34 pm

5) Las Cruces – 6.31 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.38 pm

6) Rio Rancho – 6.28 pm MDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.38 pm
– Max at 7.35 pm

7) Roswell – 6.30 pm MDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 7.35 pm to 7.40 pm
– Max at around 7.37 pm

8) Santa Fe – 6.27 pm MDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 7.33 pm to 7.37 pm
– Max at around 7.35 pm

New York (N.Y., NY)

1) Albany – Eclipse Not Visible

2) Binghamton – 8.19 pm EDT to sunset
– Note: Solar Eclipse visible only for few seconds

3) Buffalo – 8.19 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.34 pm

4) Mount Mt Vernon – Eclipse Not Visible

5) New Rochelle – Eclipse Not Visible

6) New York City – Eclipse Not Visible

7) Rochester – 8.19 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.29 pm

8) Schenectady – Eclipse Not Visible

9) Syracuse – 8.19 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.23 pm

10) Utica – Eclipse Not Visible

11) Yonkers – Eclipse Not Visible

North Carolina (N.C., NC)

– Asheville – 8.26 pm EDT to sunset

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in many parts of NC regions including Cary, Charlotte, Concord, Durham, Fayetteville, Gastonia, Greensboro, Greenville, High Point, Jacksonville, Raleigh, Wilmington, Winston-Salem

North Dakota (N.D., ND)

1) Bismarck – 7.15 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.19 pm

2) Dickinson – 6.14 pm MDT to 8.20 pm MDT
– Max at 7.19 pm

3) Fargo – 7.16 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.18 pm

4) Grand Forks – 7.15 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.16 pm

5) Minot – 7.13 pm to 9.16 pm CDT
– Max at 8.17 pm

6) Williston – 7.13 pm to 9.18 pm CDT
– Max at 8.18 pm

Ohio (OH)

1) Akron – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.39 pm

2) Canton – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.38 pm

3) Columbus – 8.23 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.42 pm

4) Cleveland – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.41 pm

5) Cincinnati – 8.24 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.46 pm

6) Dayton – 8.23 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.46 pm

7) Toledo – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.49 pm

8) Youngstown – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.35 pm

Oklahoma (Okla., OK)

1) Lawton – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset

2) Norman – 7.29 pm CDT to sunset

3) Oklahoma City – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.29 pm

4) Tulsa – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.24 pm

Oregon (Ore., OR)

1) Eugene – 5.05 pm to 7.32 pm PDT
– Max at 6.23 pm

2) Grants Pass – 5.07 pm to 7.35 pm PDT
– Annular Eclipse Between 6.24 pm to 6.28 pm
– Max at around 6.26 pm

3) Medford – 5.08 pm to 7.35 pm PDT
– Annular Eclipse Between 6.24 pm to 6.28 pm
– Max at around 6.26 pm

4) Portland – 5.04 pm to 7.30 pm PDT
– Max at 6.21 pm

5) Salem – 5.04 pm to 7.31 pm PDT
– Max at 6.21 pm

Pennsylvania (Pa., PA)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible at many parts of PA region including Allentown, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Philadelphia, Reading, Scranton, York.

1) Altoona – 8.21 pm EDT to sunset

2) Erie – 8.20 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.36 pm

3) Pittsburgh – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.31 pm

Puerto Rico (P.R., PR)

– Solar Eclipse not visible in entire PR territory including San Juan, Carolina

Rhode Island (R.I., RI)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire RI region including Cranston, Coventry, East Providence, Pawtucket, Providence, Warwick, Woonsocket

South Carolina (S.C., SC)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in many parts of SC region including Columbia, Charleston, Mount Pleasant, North Charleston, Rock Hill, Summerville

Greenville – 8.27 pm EDT to sunset
– Note: Eclipse visible only for few seconds

Seneca – 8.27 pm EDT to sunset

South Dakota (S.D., SD)

1) Pierre – 7.18 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.22 pm CDT

2) Rapid City – 6.18 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.23 pm MDT

3) Sioux Falls – 7.20 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.22 pm CDT

Tennessee (Tenn., TN)

1) Chattanooga – 8.27 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.39 pm EDT

2) Clarksville – 7.26 pm CDT to sunset

3) Knoxville – 8.26 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.35 pm EDT

4) Memphis – 7.28 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 7.58 pm CDT

5) Murfreesboro – 7.27 pm CDT to sunset

6) Nashville – 7.27 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 7.47 pm CDT

Texas (Tex., TX)

1) Arlington – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.21 pm

2) Austin – 7.34 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.18 pm

3) Beaumont – 7.34 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.03 pm

4) Brownsville – 7.39 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.09 pm

5) Corpus Christi – 7.37 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.12 pm

6) Dallas – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.20 pm

7) El Paso – 6.32 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.39 pm MDT

8) Fort Worth – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.22 pm

9) Houston – 7.35 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.08 pm

10) Laredo – 7.38 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.20 pm

11) Lubbock – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 8.33 pm 8.39 pm CDT
– Max at around 8.36 pm

12) McAllen – 7.39 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.12 pm

13) Midland – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 8.36 pm 8.40 pm CDT
– Max at around 8.38 pm

14) Odessa – 7.33 pm CDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 8.37 pm 8.39 pm CDT
– Max at around 8.39 pm

15) Plano – 7.31 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.20 pm

16) San Antonio – 7.35 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.20 pm

17) Tyler – 7.32 pm CDT to sunset

Utah (UT)

1) Ogden – 6.18 pm to 8.33 pm MDT
– Max at 7.28 pm

2) Provo – 6.19 pm to 8.34 pm MDT
– Max at 7.30 pm

3) Salt Lake City – 6.18 pm to 8.33 pm MDT
– Max at 7.29 pm

4) St George – 6.23 pm MDT to sunset
– Annular Eclipse between 7.32 pm to 7.37 pm
– Max at 7.34 pm

Vermont (Vt., VT)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire VT region including Barre, Burlington, Montpelier, Rutland

Virgin Islands (V.I., VI)

– Solar Eclipse Not Visible in entire VI region including Charlotte Amalie

Virginia (Va., VA)

– Eclipse Not Visible in many parts of VA including Newport News, Norfolk, North Springfield, Richmond, Roanoke, Virginia Beach

1) Abingdon – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset

2) Wise – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset

3) Wytheville – 8.25 pm EDT to sunset

Washington (Wash., WA)

1) Kennewick – 5.06 pm to 7.28 pm PDT
– Max at 6.20 pm

2) Olympia – 5.01 pm to 7.27 pm PDT
– Max at 6.18 pm

3) Seattle – 5.01 pm to 7.26 pm PDT
– Max at 6.17 pm

4) Spokane – 5.05 pm to 7.25 pm PDT
– Max at 6.18 pm

5) Tacoma – 5.01 pm to 7.27 pm PDT
– Max at 6.18 pm

6) Yakima – 5,04 pm to 7.28 pm PDT
– Max at 6.19 pm

West Virginia (W.Va., WV)

1) Charleston – 8.24 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.32 pm

2) Huntington – 8.24 pm EDT to sunset
– Max at 8.36 pm

3) Morgantown – 8.22 pm EDT to sunset

4) Parkersburg – 8.23 pm EDT to sunset

Wisconsin (Wis., WI)

1) Eau Claire – 7.19 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.19 pm

2) Green Bay – 7.19 pm CDT to sunset

3) Madison – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.16 pm

4) Milwaukee – 7.21 pm CDT to sunset
– Max at 8.10 pm

Wyoming (Wyo., WY)

1) Casper – 6.18 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.25 pm

2) Cheyenne – 6.21 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.28 pm

3) Gillette – 6.17 pm MDT to sunset
– Max at 7.23 pm

You can also find the exact timing in your street, road using Google Map with interactive eclipse path provided by NASA http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEsearch/SEsearchmap.php?Ecl=20120520