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DENVER — The Great American Eclipse will pass over the U.S. today, with totality just to the north of Denver,

But even if you won’t have 100 percent of the sun obscured by the moon, there’s still a lot to see, if you know when to look.

Photos: Share your eclipse pictures

The chart below shows eclipse times for many places in Colorado, compiled by the National Weather Service.

Links: Get eclipse times where you live on this map or using this tool

Location Eclipse Begins Maximum Eclipse Eclipse Ends Time Zone Obscuration
Grand Lake 10:22 AM 11:45 AM 01:12 PM MDT 93.52%
Breckenridge 10:21 AM 11:45 AM 01:12 PM MDT 90.45%
Fort Collins 10:23 AM 11:46 AM 01:13 PM MDT 95.33%
Boulder 10:22 AM 11:46 AM 01:13 PM MDT 93.08%
Denver 10:23 AM 11:47 AM 01:14 PM MDT 92.31%
Castle Rock 10:23 AM 11:47 AM 01:15 PM MDT 91.07%
Sterling 10:26 AM 11:50 AM 01:17 PM MDT 97.12%
Limon 10:25 AM 11:49 AM 01:17 PM MDT 91.69%
Julesburg 10:27 AM 11:57 AM 01:19 PM MDT 99.05%
Holyoke 10:27 AM 11:52 AM 1:19 PM MDT 97.69%

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