Solar eclipse 2024: Peak times, path through NY, how to watch live

Solar Eclipse 2024 has officially passed.

Millions of people from more than a dozen states across the US watched the moon block out the sun on Monday. Totality wasn't visible in New York City, as the Big Apple just missed the full spectacle.

What was the path of totality of the 2024 total solar eclipse? When did peak in New York?

Could we see the eclipse in NYC?

In NYC, the total phase of the solar eclipse WAS not visible but could be seen as a partial solar eclipse.

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Here's what the eclipse looked like in NYC. (Courtesy: NASA)

New York City eclipse timeline

2:10 p.m.: The event began the moment the edge of the moon touched the edge of the sun.

2:51 p.m.

3:25 p.m.: The maximum view (the deepest point of the eclipse) with the Sun at its most hidden.

3:58 p.m.

4:36 p.m. – The event ended when the edge of the moon left the edge of the sun.

How long did the eclipse last in NYC?

The total duration of the event in New York City was two hours and 26 minutes.

Eclipse maps

The total solar eclipse will be visible along a narrow track stretching from Texas to Maine on April 8, 2024. A partial eclipse will be visible throughout all 48 contiguous U.S. states. (NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio)