ECLIPSE LIVE NOW!😎🌒 Total Solar Eclipse (AUGUST 21st 2017) NASA TV #Great American Eclipse
LIVE NOW (Real-Time) TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – The Great American Eclipse, Streaming Live from the U.S.A
Today (August 21, 2017) Beginning at 10:15 a.m. PDT, a total solar eclipse will sweep across the United States.
This will be the first time since 1918 that a solar eclipse has fully crossed the United States- which many are considering a “once in a lifetime” opportunity.
Millions of people are expected to travel to this “path of totality” to watch as the moon entirely covers the face of the Sun.
The eclipse will hit land on the coast of Oregon at 10:15 a.m. PDT. It will sweep across the country, touching Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, and South Carolina before ending its land passage and heading out to sea just after 4:00 p.m. EDT.
– Please don’t attempt to photograph the eclipse with your phone while driving, or engage with your phone in any way.
– Make sure you have plenty of fuel in your car.
– Purchase NASA-approved eclipse glasses, and use them.
– Do your research in advance. If you must be on the road during the eclipse, plan to be at a rest area well before it reaches its maximum impact in your area. If you are planning to travel to an area in the path of totality, please arrive 1-2 days in advance, especially in more populated areas.
Viewing Times and Locations:
09:05 am PDT
10:18 am PDT
Idaho Falls, Idaho
10:15 am MDT
11:33 am MDT
10:22 am MDT
11:43 am MDT
11:37 am CDT
1:03 pm CDT
11:38 am CDT
1:05 pm CDT
Jefferson City, Missouri
11:46 am CDT
1:14 pm CDT
11:52 am CDT
1:21 pm CDT
11:56 am CDT
1:25 pm CDT
11:58 am CDT
1:28 pm CDT
Talulah Falls, Georgia
1:07 am EDT
2:37 pm EDT
Colombia, South Carolina
1:13 pm EDT
2:43 pm EDT
Charleston, South Carolina
1:16 pm EDT
2:47 pm EDT
Our livestream team will travel to two sites—Madras, Oregon, and Casper, Wyoming—to capture the “Great American Eclipse,” which will cross the country in a narrow swath from Oregon to South Carolina. Outside that swath, North American viewers will see a partial eclipse, not a total blockage of the Sun. We’ll bring the full eclipse to a wider audience via a live stream, as we’ve been doing with eclipses since 1998.
You can follow the entire event during this three-hour program, watching stunning real-time imagery from our telescopes. Exploratorium scientists and educators in Oregon, Wyoming, and at the museum will fill you in on what makes an eclipse and how to view one safely.
From San Francisco, the moon will only partly cover the Sun—a partial eclipse—but we’ll have telescopes on our Plaza for viewing, and astronomers available to answer questions.
Can’t make it to the museum for the viewing? We’ll be streaming the core program and the live telescope feeds on our website from 9:00 a.m.–12:15 p.m. PDT. Or get our free Total Solar Eclipseapp and watch it there.
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San Francisco, CA 94111
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