Southeast Tennessee guide to the total solar eclipse [photos]

Residents and visitors throughout the state of Tennessee will have a chance to see the solar eclipse on Aug. 21.

Tracking the solar eclipse

From west to east, the following gives the estimated time the total solar eclipse will begin and the duration of totality in specific locations in Southeast Tennessee.Location, Duration, When it BeginsSparta: 2 minutes, 39 seconds 1:30:03.9 CDTSpencer: 2 minutes 26 seconds 1:30:27.7 CDTFall Creek Falls: 2 minutes, 39 seconds 1:30:50.3 CDTPikeville: 2 minutes, 25 seconds 1:31:12.7 CDTSpring City: 2 minutes, 39 seconds 2:31:38.4Dayton: 2 minutes, 21 seconds 2:31:45.5Graysville: 2 minutes, 8 seconds 2:31:47.8Dunlap: 42 seconds 2:31:59.1Decatur: 2 minutes, 34 seconds 2:32:04.6Niota: 2 minutes, 38 seconds 2:32:31.9Sweetwater: 2 minutes, 37 seconds 2:32:35.6Athens: 2 minutes, 35 seconds 2:32:34.1Madisonville: 2 minutes, 38 seconds 2:32:53.1Etowah: 2 minutes, 28 seconds 2:32:56.1Vonore: