The Margin: What time is the solar eclipse? And what should you look (and not look) for?

Later Monday, a total solar eclipse will make its way across the U.S. for the first time in a century. Scientists and medical professionals are advising that those hoping to catch a glimpse of the historic phenomenon do so only with the utmost care, with the appropriate protective filters and glasses, because gazing directly into the sun can cause irreparable damage to the naked eye.

With that in mind, here are the times that folks can expect to witness the so-called Great American Eclipse in all its 90-minutes-long, celestial glory. Consider that some U.S. regions not in the narrow path of the total eclipse — plotted from the West Coast in Oregon to South Carolina, passing over such locales as Casper, Wyo.

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