Livestreaming the Total Solar Eclipse from Home at No Cost

If you are unable to witness the solar eclipse in person, don’t worry, there is a simple solution: tune into a livestream instead. Even if the weather suddenly turns cloudy, you can still experience this spectacular event from the comfort of your own screen.

Fortunately, there are several free livestream options available for you to watch the total solar eclipse. To make things easier for you, we have compiled a list of the best ones for your convenience. Make sure to bookmark these before Monday so you can easily access them when the time comes.

One of the top livestreams to watch is NASA’s broadcast. According to Dr. Michael Kirk, a research scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, tuning into NASA’s livestream is the best way to avoid missing out on the eclipse. Dr. Kirk emphasized that everyone, regardless of their schedule or location, can participate in this nationwide celebration.

NASA’s livestream will feature telescope views and expert commentary from various locations along the path of totality. The broadcast will be live from 1 to 4 pm ET on Monday, April 8. Viewers can even ask questions during the livestream by sharing them in the YouTube chat using the hashtag #askNASA. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to witness the total solar eclipse, no matter where you are!