FAST FACTS: Peak viewing times for solar eclipse in AZ

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For most of Arizona, it will take about two and a half hours from the beginning of the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21 to the end. 

The peak time in Phoenix is 10:33 a.m.  It's slightly different for other parts of the state. 

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Check out this handy infographic to see peak times in your area.

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