WHAT: Eclipse Live Stream from NASA
2017 Total Solar Eclipse MegaCast: Exclusive path of totality coverage
For four hours surrounding the eclipse, NASA will host an Eclipse Megacast providing unique broadcast coverage across multiple phenomenon programming, and allow NASA to interact with the scientists and member of the public across the country as they watch and study the eclipse.
WHERE: Anna Porter Public Library on the new “big screen”
WHEN: Monday, August 21
TIME: NASA broadcast begins at 12 noon EDT
On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will cross the continental United States from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. The last time a total eclipse crossed the United States from sea to sea was June 8, 1918. In the U.S., millions will gather along a tiny ribbon less than 100 miles wide to see totality, the complete blocking out of the sun by the Moon which will reveal the solar corona. The rest of the entire country will be able to see a partial eclipse. It is truly an historic event and a wonderful opportunity to view one of nature's most stunning displays.
FOR WATCHING THE ECLIPSE IN PERSON IN THIS AREA GO TO https://www.nps.gov/grsm/planyourvisit/2017-solar-eclipse.htm
TO SEE MAPS, RESOURCES, COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES, LIVE COVERAGE AND MORE, GO TO HTTP://ECLIPSE2017. NASA.GOV