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There’s a total solar eclipse today only visible across parts of South America and NASA will be streaming it live for the whole world to watch.
“NASA has partnered with the Exploratorium in San Francisco to bring live views to people across the world of a total solar eclipse,” the company said on Monday.
🌎 🌓 ☀️ Don't you love it when things line up just right? Watch live coverage of the total solar eclipse over Chile and Argentina starting at 4pm ET: https://t.co/d7UqjKxISd.
— NASA (@NASA) July 2, 2019
Though residents of Chile and Argentina will be lucky enough to witness the cosmic event first hand, the rest of us will need to rely on the live streams for a taste.
Live views of the eclipse will air on NASA TV between 9pm and midnight SAST. It’s also visible through the embedded YouTube video below.
One hour documentary shows with English and Spanish commentary will be broadcast after the eclipse begins.
Feature image: NASA/Gopalswamy