Here's the exact time the eclipse will be visible in your city

KREM 2's Danamarie McNicholl takes a look back at the 1979 solar eclipse that passed over the Northwest and how we're treating it differently this time around. (8-18-17)

SPOKANE, Wash. — Even if you live outside the zone of eclipse totality, like here in the Inland Northwest, NASA has created an interactive map that gives the start and end times of the upcoming of the eclipse for every city in its path.

The NASA map lets you zoom into your community and find out exactly when the eclipse will begin, when you will see totality (the moment when the moon comes completely in front of the sun) and the last moment you will see it.  The cool part is, all this data is categorized down to a tenth of a second.

If you are planning to view the eclipse but are not sure when it will be over your city, we have pulled together a sampling of areas in the Inland Northwest. Take a look!

Here is a sampling of times in Washington state:

Spokane

Start of partial eclipse: 9:13:02.1 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:27:14.1 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:46:50.7 a.m.

Wenatchee

Start of partial eclipse: 9:10:12.0 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:23:18.8 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:42:13.8 a.m.

Moses Lake

Start of partial eclipse: 9:10:46.5 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:24:28.7 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:43:57.2 a.m.

Pullman

Start of partial eclipse: 9:12:18.2 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:27:06.8 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:47:31.8 a.m.

Colville

Start of partial eclipse: 9:13:34.3 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:27:02.7 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:45:45.8 a.m.

Republic

Start of partial eclipse: 9:12:56.8 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:26:01.9 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:44:26.2 a.m.

Omak

Start of partial eclipse: 9:11:58.9 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:24:53.2 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:43:15.7 a.m.

Northport

Start of partial eclipse: 9:14:06.6 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:27:23.8 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:45:49.3 a.m.

Othello

Start of partial eclipse: 9:10:32.9 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:24:26.9 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:44:11.0 a.m.

 

Here is a sampling of times in Idaho:

Coeur d’Alene

Start of partial eclipse: 9:13:39.5 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:28:06.0 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:47:51.5 a.m.

Sandpoint

Start of partial eclipse: 9:14:31.7 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:28:41.7 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:48:00.0 a.m.

Grangeville

Start of partial eclipse: 9:12:34.5 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:28:16.2 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:49:36.2 a.m.

Bonners Ferry

Start of partial eclipse: 9:15:13.0 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:29:12.2 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:48:11.7 a.m.

Lewiston

Start of partial eclipse: 9:12:09.0 a.m.

Maximum eclipse: 10:27:12.7 a.m.

End of partial eclipse: 11:47:56.1 a.m.

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