Denver area will see a partial eclipse starting at 9:14am
The Denver view will start at 9:14am and reach about 84% totality at 10:36am, according to CBS News. Only a part of the sun will appear to be covered (compared to full coverage in the totality zone), giving it a crescent shape.
A total solar eclipse happens when the moon completely blocks the face of the Sun - at the moment the moon is either closest to Earth or farthest from Earth. An annular solar eclipse is the moon farthest from Earth crossing over the sun.
NASA 2023 and 21024 Solar Eclipses: Map and Data
If you plan to watch the eclipse you MUST wear specialized viewing glasses (available next to cash registers at Ace Hardware on Parker Road) to protect your eyes from damage.