You can use this interactive map to find out if you’re in the path of the solar eclipse on August 21st. The closer you are to the blue line the more “total” the eclipse will be. If you’re on the line, the moon will completely cover the sun. If you won’t be able to see the moment of totality in person, we’ve got you covered in the best viewing locations across the country with live, 360° coverage. Watch here or on the CNN app starting at 1PM ET. In the meantime, click on the dots above to see where we’ll be streaming.