Here’s Where You Can Watch the Solar Eclipse Online Via Livestream

Posted by on August 20, 2017 in Earth & Space, Sci-Tech, Science, Technology with 0 Comments
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If you can’t watch the August 21 total solar eclipse in person, not to worry. Multiple organizations are live-streaming the eclipse in incredible and unique ways. (Not to mention the 90-minute movies that the Megamovie Project and Citizen CATE organizations are creating, which will be available shortly after the eclipse is done.)

Browse the following list for live-stream eclipse webcasts:

  • NASA: 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. EDT, will include live coverage from 12 locations, featuring live views of the eclipse as well as eclipse activities taking place across the country. There are multiple ways to watch, including NASA’s websiteFacebook live, and YouTube.
  • Exploratorium: This science museum in San Francisco will be begin its eclipse webcast at 12 p.m. EDT, featuring telescopes based in Oregon and Wyoming. At 12:15 p.m. EDT, listen in to experience the Kronos Quartet’s sonification of the solar eclipse. You can also watch using Exploratorium’s free Androidand iPhone apps.
  • CNN: CNN is teaming up with Volvo to present Eclipse of the Century, which will present the eclipse from viewing locations across the path of totality with live, 360° coverage.
  • Montana State University: Watch the eclipse from an entirely different perspective — 55 high-altitude balloon teams are teaming up with NASA to provide coverage of the solar eclipse from the stratosphere. Learn more about how and why they’re doing it — and watch the live webcast on August 21st — from the Eclipse Across America website.
  • Slooh: Beginning at 11:30 a.m. EDT, Slooh will provide live coverage of the total solar eclipse from Stanley, Idaho, with additional telescope feeds all along the path of totality.
  • TimeandDate.com: Watch the eclipse’s progress starting at 11:30 a.m. EDT, with live footage from multiple locations and real-time updates on the current location of the Moon’s shadow.
 Article Source: Sky and Telescope

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