TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE: LIVE FROM THE U.S.A.
AUGUST 21, 2017
On August 21, 2017, beginning at 10:15 a.m. PDT, a total solar eclipse swept across the United States. The glorious sight of the fully eclipsed Sun was visible along a 70-mile-wide path arching from Oregon to South Carolina. Millions of people traveled to this “path of totality” to watch as the moon entirely covered the face of the Sun.
People not in the path experienced a partial eclipse. For those who couldn't make it to the path, the Exploratorium, along with our NASA partners, filmed the event from two different locations and shared it with the world by live stream. You can watch it on this website and on our free Android and iOS apps.
Check out our Live Stream Help page to find out how to share or embed our live streams into your website or blog.
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Telescope and live coverage feeds are also available via U.S. domestic satellite.
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Read the We Are Eclipse Chasers, Ask Us Anything Q&A from our Reddit IAMA on August 4, 2017.
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