Our app update for the total solar eclipse on July 2, 2019 is now available!
Explore Total Solar Eclipse, our first mobile app that incorporates livestreaming. This free app gives you access to livestream coverage of the July 2, 2019 and the December 14, 2020 eclipses, replays of the eclipse that crossed from the West to the East Coast of the United States on August 21, 2017, and videos from many other Exploratorium eclipse expeditions.
July 2, 2019 Eclipse Livestreams:
Live coverage hosted by Exploratorium educators and NASA scientists
Live coverage in Spanish hosted by Exploratorium educators
Non-narrated three-hour live telescope views of the full eclipse as seen from Chile
Watching an eclipse with a group can enhance the experience as you observe shared reactions, questions, and comments. To help you connect to other observers, we’ve created a live Twitter view, where you can follow the conversation and tweet as you watch the eclipse live on the app—use hashtags #eclipse2019, #eclipse2020, #eclipse2024, #solareclipse, and #totalsolareclipse.
Don’t have an AndroidTM or iOS device? Not to worry, our website is mobile-friendly. You can watch the eclipse video using any web browser on your phone or tablet.
For more on the eclipse
Head over to our official Exploratorium Total Solar Eclipse page, where you'll find our livestream viewing schedule, updates on the latest in #eclipse2019 news, and much more.