For those of us who are in the path of the eclipse (full or partial) and have been cursed by the cosmos (*spit grumble spit*) with cloudy overcast
skies leaving you lost and abandoned (*spit grumble spit*), then here is NASA's full live coverage of the event from start to finish:
(and of course all those of you from everywhere else in the world interested in watching)
On that page NASA lists many different ways to watch their live coverage (on their site, on youtube, facebook, twitter, twitch, etc).
Here's their youtube channel:
Right now there's all kinds of interesting info on their live stream channel page from the link above. An interesting little tidbit I didn't know
is that apparently two jets will be taking off from the Kennedy Space Center to follow the eclipse all along its path.
Anyways, they're streaming some entertaining stuff while we all wait with baited breath for the world to end.
Now I'm gonna go back to punching some kittens and waving my fist at the sky cussing like a sailor for missing out on all the fun of frying my
I just noticed something. I am in the E. US. I looked at the Sun thru window of mine that was pretty dirty. At the top of the sun their was an arc
like the bottom of a circle extending out. It looked like a contrail, but too perfect to be so.
I then looked again thru a clean window and I couldn't see it.
Honestly it kind of freaked me out a bit. I did it 3 times just to make sure I wasn't losing my mind.
edit on 21-8-2017 by seeker1963 because: (no reason given)
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