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Solar Eclipse Live Stream Event

NASA will host a variety of television, app-centric and social media live coverage for the first total eclipse to cross the United States in 38 years.

The event will be broadcast on NASA TV (check your provider for channel), a set of NASA apps available for Android, IOS and Amazon Fire, social media and on this page here at CDN.

Catch all the latest news on the eclipse HERE

NASA Live Stream Coverage of Total Eclipse 2017

CBS News Eclipse coverage

PBS Newshour’s Eclipse Coverage

MG TV Live Stream of #GreatAmericanEclipse

RSBN Live Stream of Total Eclipse

WYFI Stream from Indiana

Science Channel Feed from Madras, Oregon

Eastern Oregon University Courtyard Webcam

Time Magazine Regular and 360 VR Solar Eclipse Live Stream Casper, Wyoming

360 VR: Use your mouse to look around if you don’t have a VR headset.

Regular Stream with commentary:

CDN will also host a set of live streams on this page beginning with NASA’s preview event, beginning at Noon ET on Monday, and then the eclipse event that begins at 1 pm ET. We’ll pull in user live streams as they become available.

On Monday, Aug. 21, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the Sun, and NASA Television will carry it live from coast to coast from unique vantage points on the ground and from aircraft and spacecraft, including the International Space Station. Coverage will be featured during the live four-hour broadcast Eclipse Across America: Through the Eyes of NASA.

Programming begins at noon EDT with a preview show hosted from Charleston, South Carolina. The main show begins at 1 p.m. and will cover the path of totality the eclipse will take across the United States, from Oregon to South Carolina. The program will feature views from NASA research aircraft, high-altitude balloons, satellites and specially-modified telescopes. It also will include live reports from Charleston, as well as from Salem, Oregon; Idaho Falls, Idaho; Beatrice, Nebraska; Jefferson City, Missouri; Carbondale, Illinois; Hopkinsville, Kentucky; and Clarksville, Tennessee.

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Duncan Idaho

Duncan is a science and technology reporter for CDN and serves as the lead geek correspondent. Follow him if you like rockets, mobile tech, video games or ... just about anything nerdy.

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