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Everywhere to Live Stream the 2017 Total Eclipse

Today’s the day. For the first time in decades, the moon will pass in front of the Sun, and blot out the celestial body totally for a lucky swath of the USA, coast to coast. Even if you’re not in the path of totality, and the brief moment where stars appear in the daytime, animals freak out, and the millions of degrees solar corona is lost to you, you still have a number of ways to watch (just not with your unprotected eyes, seriously).

NASA of course will have coverage and incredible views all day:

The Weather Channel has partnered up with Twitter to live stream the event as well.

Not getting good coverage there? Try ABC:

Both the Science Channel and CNN will have experts on hand to walk you through the cosmic coincidence.

And finally, National Geographic is bringing the science to you right now.

Join Us Live for the Total Solar Eclipse

We're bringing you #LiveFrom coast to coast for total solar eclipse coverage. Hear from experts, see stunning photos—including your own—and be among THE FIRST to see the eclipse. Post your questions for our experts below and we may ask them live!

Posted by National Geographic on Monday, August 21, 2017

Featured Image: James West

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