This year, at the end of August, we will witness a total solar eclipse and NASA will broadcast the event live. The space agency has announced a massive plan that provides live streaming of the phenomenon so you can watch it at any place on the world.

The agency even prepared a dedicated site specially design for the event, on which you can see interactive maps and learn useful information. The eclipse on August 21 will last for four hours and will cover 14 US states.

Then the moon will pass between our planet Earth and the Sun, blocking all daylight sunlight. The best place to observe the eclipse will be in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

“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.

The Megacast will be picked up by NASA TV as well as many other local and national TV stations. In all, hundreds of millions, worldwide, will be able to experience and learn about the eclipse through NASA programming.”

Observers will be in complete darkness for just over two minutes in the middle of the day and will have the opportunity to see stars and planets in the sky as well as the sun’s crown. Scientists warn people not to look directly at the sun without protective means like special glasses. You can watch the event live on the NASA website. Source: NASA

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