If you decide to just stay home, there will be extensive television and cyber coverage:
- NASA is geared up to cover the eclipse on its TV channel and online, starting at 12 pm EDT. Viewers around the world will be provided 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 the astronauts aboard the International Space Station – each offering a unique vantage point for the celestial event.
- CNN has set up coast-to-coast coverage with 360-degree live streaming.
- The Weather Channel is airing Eclipse Day coverage starting at 3 a.m. PT, with anchors in Madras as well as Carbondale, Ill., and other locations along the path of totality.
- Science Channel will be streaming live coverage of totality on TV and Facebook Live, and is planning a prime-time recap.
- PBS will air a “Nova” special titled “Eclipse Over America” to recap the event during Monday’s prime time.
Stella’s previous posts re the eclipse: