Map centered on (latitude, longitude):
Cursor position (latitude, longitude):
Distance from last marker:
GE = Greatest Eclipse. This is the instant when the axis of the Moon's shadow cone passes closest to Earth's center.
GD = Greatest Duration. This is the location along the center line of the path of totality where totality lasts the longest.
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UT or "Universal Time" is a single time standard that applies to all locations on Earth as opposed to your local time which will vary depending on your location (longitude). For all practical purposes, UT is equivalent to GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) which establishes a line of longitude that passes through Greenwich England (called the Prime Meridian) as the standard from which all other times are measured and UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) which is based on International Atomic Time (time measured very precisely as vibrations of a cesium atom).
The following chart may be used to convert UT to your US time zone during the eclipse.
Example: 18:23 UT = 12:23pm MDT

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