If you’re counting down the days to the total solar eclipse (or The Great American Eclipse) like us, you’ll probably want to know exactly how much you’ll see of it based on where you live, which is why you’ll want to check this handy calculator from Vox.

Related: 5 fun total solar eclipse gifts. Yay darkness! 

Simply add your zip code and it will tell you exactly how much of the total solar eclipse will be visible, as well as what time it will peak. For me, it looks like I’ll only be getting a partial eclipse at around 2:30pm EDT.

And don’t forget to have your solar eclipse glasses ready, even if you’ll only see a partial eclipse.

Image via skyseeker/Flickr Creative Commons

More great tips on the solar eclipse:
The best solar eclipse glasses for your family, in every price range
Here’s how to get solar eclipse glasses for free.
Easy solar eclipse party ideas for a once-in-a-lifetime bash
5 expert tips for watching the total solar eclipse with kids