Not traveling to the path of totality? You can watch the whole event on NASA TV. Science Heads is helping NASA broadcast the eclipse live from Idaho Falls, Idaho. Richard Stember will be manning our Mobile Observatory on location at the Museum of Idaho. NASA TV will be streaming live video from our observatory’s telescopes. The coverage will include interviews and information about Science Heads and the eclipse.
Many cable and satellite services include the NASA TV channel in their lineup. You can also watch the live stream from the official NASA eclipse website.
With safe solar eclipse glasses you will be able to see a partial eclipse from Southern California. But for an idea of what a total solar eclipse is like – be sure to tune in to the live NASA TV coverage starting at 9:00 am PDT. Idaho Falls coverage starts at 10:15 am PDT.
Locally the eclipse will begin at 9:05 am PDT. Maximum is at 10:21 am and the eclipse ends at 11:44 am PDT.