WUWT will have live streaming video. Programming begins at noon EDT, and the main live show begins at 1 p.m. EDT om Monday August 21st. You can watch live in your web browser right here either in a window of full-screen in HD quality video. Since there are multiple live locations setup, you’ll be able to view totality many times.
Thus will be an unprecedented front row seat of the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse via a live television broadcast, images and streaming video – provided by NASA.
The eclipse will cross the continental United States, from Oregon to South Carolina, over a span of almost two hours. People in the 14 states that lay in the coast-to-coast, 70-mile-wide path of totality will experience about two minutes of darkness in the middle of the day.
NASA will provide viewers around the world a wealth of images captured before, during, and after the eclipse by 11 spacecraft, at least three NASA aircraft, more than 50 high-altitude balloons, and potentially astronauts aboard the International Space Station – each offering a unique vantage point of the celestial event.
This, and much more, will be featured during NASA Television’s four-hour live broadcast, Eclipse Across America: Through the Eyes of NASA. In addition to video of the eclipse, the broadcast will take viewers to activities in national parks, libraries, stadiums, and museums across the nation.
Programming begins at noon EDT with a preview show hosted from Charleston, South Carolina.
The main show begins at 1 p.m. EDT and will cover the path of totality, featuring views from NASA research aircraft, high-altitude balloons, satellites and specially-modified telescopes. It also will include live reports from Charleston, as well as from Salem, Oregon; Idaho Falls, Idaho; Beatrice, Nebraska; Jefferson City, Missouri; Carbondale, Illinois; Hopkinsville, Kentucky; and Clarksville, Tennessee.