August 21, 2017
Join scientists and citizens alike as they observe the first total solar eclipse to traverse the US mainland in more than a generation. Discover the storied history of eclipse science and follow current, cutting-edge research into the solar corona.
Watch LIVE on Facebook - PBS NewsHour & NOVA: Eclipse Over America
Monday at 12n & 9pm ET
Scientists and citizens alike observe the first total solar eclipse to traverse the U.S. mainland in more than a generation. Included: the storied history of eclipse science; and cutting-edge research into the solar corona.
Watch Total Solar Eclipse Live on the WORLD Channel
Monday, August 21, 2:30pm ET on the WORLD Channel 56.4
South Carolina is the prime location for a total solar eclipse crossing the U.S for the first time since 1918. Live from Columbia, South Carolina, the 3rd largest city in the US on the centerline, SCETV host Beryl Dakers and guests will follow the “path of totality” and capture images from the South Carolina State Museum Observatory telescope. Viewers will have the extremely rare experience of witnessing a 100% total solar eclipse.
Watch PBS Space Time: The Great American Eclipse
From PBS Digital
Watch PBS NewsHour: Why this year’s total eclipse is a bright opportunity for science
A dazzling spectacle will grace the United States from coast to coast on Monday, when the moon passes between the sun and earth, climaxing with momentary darkness. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the science and what to expect as millions plan to witness a out-of-this-world eclipse.