TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE 2017: HOW TO WATCH ON TV OR LIVE STREAM ONLINE IF YOU’RE NOT IN ITS PATH
The excitement has been escalating as the August 21 total solar eclipse, also known as the Great American Eclipse, approaches. This event marks the first time since 1979 that such a celestial alignment will be visible from mainland U.S. The temporary darkness caused by the moon completely blocking the sun will pass through 14 states from Oregon to South Carolina. But for those who don’t live in the path of totality and can’t—or refuse to—get to it, there are a few other options.