How to watch the total solar eclipse from anywhere on Earth
As the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, blotting out our nearest star on August 21, millions of Americans will look up to see the total solar eclipse in person.
But even if you aren’t in the path of totality, where the moon will temporarily completely block the sun, you can still get in in on the eclipse action, thanks to the wonders of the internet.
NASA and other space-centric organizations are planning to stream their views of the total eclipse for free, and if you’re located in other parts of North America, you can still see at least a partial eclipse in person (but only if you take the right safety precautions). Read more…