Around 2:45 p.m. on Monday, the solar eclipse sweeping across the continental United States will peak in the Boston area, with the moon obscuring about 63.2 percent of the sun (the cosmic fireworks will commence about an hour before that zenith).
The region is supposed to have some great weather for eclipse-watching—though we note that you should be very careful about how you actually view it—so we thought we’d turn the mic over to readers and ask: Where will you be watching on Monday?
Will you be going to those? To the parks? To a particular peak?
Or maybe you’re one of those obsessives who will be traveling hundreds of miles west or south to see the eclipse in its glorious totality.
- Boston’s solar eclipse: The best time to see it and other stuff to know [Curbed Boston]
- Boston waterfront parks: the 12 best ones, mapped [Curbed Boston]
- Boston Common and the Public Garden: 13 hidden gems [Curbed Boston]