A quick glance at the sky above Chicago shows what’s going to happen on Friday night.
If you want to be sure you’re in the right place at the right time, check out the map below.
The map shows when the eclipse will be visible in the greater Chicago area, and how long it will last.
The eclipse is set to begin at 5:20 p.m.
EDT and will be the longest in a century.
The longest eclipse of the year will be on July 9, 2024.
This eclipse will also be visible from around the world.
For more eclipse information, check with your local media.
The full list of eclipse locations and times is below.
How to watch the eclipse in Chicago: The eclipse begins at 5 p.s.m., and will last for just over an hour.
The sun will be shining in Chicago from about 7 p. m. until 11:40 p. s. local time.
There will be a total eclipse for a total of more than 3 hours, but the totality will only last for about 10 minutes.
There are no trails and there will be no fog, but you’ll need to wear long sleeves.
For most people, the best viewing location is on the south side of the Chicago River at the top of the CTA’s Red Line.
You can watch the sun rise and set in Chicago on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
The Sun-Watch website also has a good list of locations near the lakefront, but for most people it’s best to plan ahead.
You should also plan to go to the park and observe the eclipse.
It will be very easy to get a good look at the sun during the eclipse and you’ll have a lot of opportunities to capture some great photos.