Will you be able to see the eclipse?

August 19, 2017 1:15am CST
On Aug. 21, Monday, many people across the United States will travel so they can see a total eclipse. Unfortunately, here in Japan we won't see it. We had a total eclipse in May 2012 here, at 7:30 in the morning. Our school decided to meet for a breakfast picnic, parents and all, whoever wanted to come. It was a clear day and many people came to our eclipse picnic. Then we had school as usual from 8:30. I hope people in the path of totality are not going to be disappointed by bad weather. If you can see it, please let us know how it goes! Are you doing anything special for the eclipse if you live in the States?
9 people like this
9 responses
@JolietJake (51104)
• United States
19 Aug 17
Where I live it will be 97.5% totality, but for the eclipse in 2024 my area will have 100%
3 people like this
@peachpurple (12772)
• Malaysia
19 Aug 17
I doubt could see anything from Malaysia side either. Best of luck to the US citizens !
2 people like this
@toniganzon (53392)
• Philippines
19 Aug 17
No eclipse in this country on Monday as well.
1 person likes this
@silvermist (20114)
• India
19 Aug 17
We in India will not be able to see the total eclipse.In New Delhi it may be able to view a partial eclipse.
1 person likes this
@LadyDuck (182501)
• Switzerland
19 Aug 17
We do not see this eclipse we had a total eclipse in August 1999.
1 person likes this
@andriaperry (61263)
• Anniston, Alabama
19 Aug 17
I think it`ll be seen here but I am not thrilled, I seen one before back in 1985
1 person likes this
@bunnybon7 (37694)
• Holiday, Florida
19 Aug 17
no but i imagine the adult children in this house have something planned. i just hope it turns out safe
@YrNemo (14768)
19 Aug 17
We have been cursed with bad weather lately. No chance of watching any eclipse here.
@sishy7 (27594)
• Australia
19 Aug 17
I don't think it's seen from down here either...