TULSA - People in the western U.S. have the best chance of seeing a solar eclipse on Sunday.
NASA scientists say the moon will cover as much as 94% of the sun during this annular solar eclipse.
A number of national parks are hosting viewing events. You can also watch it online.
Panasonic, the Hong Kong Observatory and the University of North Dakota will have live webcasts, along with the Slooh Space Camera.
To find information about the time of the eclipse, you can go to http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/JSEX/JSEX-index.html .
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