Gary, you're going to have to bump that time line up by one to Monday evening/Tuesday morning.
I seem to recall back when I first joined SevenForums, you mentioned you lived in the mid-west, Indiana? If so, then you need to adjust the times accordingly to Central Daylight time. 12:55am edt would become 11:55pm cd
t Monday evening April 14th for you.
That is of course you live in an area that doesn't observe Daylight Savings then the time would remain at 11:55pm cs
t. No matter the time you still need to bump up the day by one.
To compare if you do live in the Central time zone here is the page for Chicago: Eclipse Calculator ? Solar Eclipses in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
Notice the Penumbral eclipse begins Apr 14 at 11:55 PM.
Since my Longitude
here in Central Pa. compares to Washington D.C. this is what I'm going with: Eclipse Calculator ? Solar Eclipses in Washington DC, District of Columbia, U.S.A.
The start of the eclipse for me is 12:55am edt the morning of April 15th, with totality at 3:46am edt.