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April 8th

Observe safely!

No one should directly look at an eclipse, as it may cause partial or complete eyesight loss. Sunglasses or other homemade methods won’t prevent this from happening. Be sure to wear specially-designed eclipse glasses, and only buy ones following the ISO 12312-2 standard.
Read the Canadian Space Agency’s page for more details.

Total Eclipse Start Time (PM)
US-NB Border : 4:32-4:33
Eastern Shore : 4:34-4:35

Total Eclipse End Time (PM)
US-NB Border : 4:34-4:35
Eastern Shore : 4:36-4:38

Path of totality through New Brunswick

This map shows where the best seats are in New Brunswick to observe the eclipse. The path of totality, where the moon completely covers the sun, will pass through the area in purple.

Click on the location points to know when the eclipse will pass at that place.

For more details, see the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada’s New Brunswick Eclipse page.

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Eclipse path data : NASA
Time and location data : Royal Astronomical Society of Canada NB Inc.

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