While this will not be a total Eclipse (that only occurs when the Moon passes directly in line between
the Earth and Sun, and covers the entire surface of the Sun) it will take a rather large chunk of the Sun
Out of view.
And if you are lucky, you may see a Ring of Sunlight (or "annulus" ) as well, again depending on your
Again, depending on your time zone, the event will either start in the late afternoon or early evening.
Now, a word of warning: Do not observe the Sun directly without proper eye protection.
Solar Eclipse glasses are the safest way to observe the event.
If you plan to photograph it, then use a proper Solar filter.
Good Luck and Clear Skies!
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