zzdtravel
Home
/
Travel Story
/
Here’s how to stream the total eclipse from anywhere
Here’s how to stream the total eclipse from anywhere
Apr 15, 2024 2:50 PM

  The 2024 total eclipse is less than a week away. The total eclipse will travel from Texas to Maine, passing over 13 states in the U.S. If youre not one of the lucky ones who live in or snagged a hotel, Airbnb or camping spot in the path of totality, youre in luck: NASA will be streaming live from the path of totality on April 8.

  Starting at 1pm EST, watch the eclipse through the eyes of NASA as NASA hosts live coverage with appearances by NASA experts and astronauts on board the space station. You can even get an inside look at NASAs eclipse science experiments and watch parties taking place across the country.

  The three hour broadcast will be chock full of great info as NASA broadcasts from the Glenn Research Center in Ohio and other locations including Carbondale, Illinois; Dallas, Texas; Houlton, Maine; Indianapolis, Indiana; Kerrville, Texas; Niagara Falls, New York and Russellville, Arkansas. The broadcast will stream on NASA+ and the agencys website and air on NASA TV.

  To watch the eclipse without commentary, there will be a telescope-only feed on NASA Televisions media channel and YouTube. The telescope feed will incorporate views from multiple locations, and will be switched based on weather, the eclipses progress, and feed availability.

  Check out all of NASAs streaming options here and catch the eclipse live, no eclipse glasses needed.

Comments
Welcome to zzdtravel comments! Please keep conversations courteous and on-topic. To fosterproductive and respectful conversations, you may see comments from our Community Managers.
Sign up to post
Sort by
Show More Comments
Travel Story
Recommended Tourist Attractions
Related Information Recommendations
Copyright 2023-2024 - www.zzdtravel.com All Rights Reserved