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One of the biggest questions we’ve gotten about the Aug. 21 solar eclipse is, “ok … so you’ve told me it’s happening, but what time?”

Vox has a super-handy interactive map that shows you not only what time you can catch the eclipse, but also how much the sun will be obscured:

If you're curious about if looking at the eclipse is working than the normal sun, click here.

If you can’t take a Monday off to go up north for a while, here’s a look at what time you can see the eclipse from a few of Arkansas’s largest cities. Use the link above if yours isn’t listed!

The good news? The eclipse will likely happen during your lunch break, so if you need to step out and look at the sun for a while, your boss shouldn’t give you too much trouble.