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This may last just a minute, though, and the glasses will need to be put back on for the final stages of the eclipse.
Brooke Jung, city eclipse coordinator, says watchers will be able to see the moon's shadow stretch across the land.'It'll look like twilight outside. Four planets will be visible - Venus, Jupiter, Mars and Mercury.
The space agency says viewers should be equipped with special specs such as Rainbow Symphony, American Paper Optics, Thousand Oaks Optical, and TSE 17.
These are just four that meet the ISO 12312-2 international standard.
Totality will cross the US from west to east, beginning at Lincoln Beach, Oregon, where totality will occur at 10.16am (PDT).
I don't want to be caught in a traffic jam and not be able to open the store.'Tens of thousands of people - estimates reach 100,000 people from as far as Japan and South Africa - will watch the eclipse from the area, and that has communities small and large bracing for an influx that could put a strain on resources and infrastructure.
You'll notice the temperature drop about 5 to 10 degrees,' Jung said.
'You'll notice that animals will get a little disoriented.
They're excited to play host to visitors from all over the world.'The path of totality will stretch from Lincoln Beach, Oregon, to Charleston South Carolina.
To find out exactly when and where it will be visible, visit NASA's interactive map, and click on a city along the path.