You're going to have to get up early.
On the East Coast of the US the peak event will be visible starting at 6:48am, and you won’t be able to see the full eclipse because the sun will rise before it ends.
People in Central Time will have a little bit better show.
If you are in US Central Time, the peak of the eclipse will be visible starting at 6:15am to 6:30am but then, alas, you too will be blocked from seeing the whole thing start to finish by the sun.
People in Mountain Time can see a little more.
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Those people will be able to see the peak of the eclipse at 6:30am and will be able to watch through 7:07am.
And if you live on the West Coast: congrats! You'll be able to see the whole thing.
But you will have to get up the earliest. For those on Pacific Time, the eclipse will begin at 4:51am and end at 6:05am.
So set your alarms and get out early because this only happens once in a super blue blood moon!
And you don’t even need to wear funny-looking glasses to look at it!