Your view of the Aug. 21 solar eclipse will depend on where you’re located.
Want to know what it will look like from your location? Plug your ZIP code into this interactive graphic from Vox.
In the United States, you’ll be able to see at least a partial eclipse, regardless of your location.
But a total eclipse will be viewable only in a path that is about 70 miles wide. The duration of the eclipse also will vary by location.