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Watch The Total Eclipse LIVE As It's Happening In 12 Different Locations, Right Here


Katy Evans

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Today the United States will experience an incredible solar event – a total eclipse of the Sun. It will be the first total eclipse to be visible from coast to coast across the US since 1918, and if you aren't lucky enough to view it in real life, don't worry, you can still experience it as it happens. 

NASA is live streaming the event right here, so you can watch it in real time, along with everybody else in the US and around the world, without any danger to your eyeballs. Enjoy!

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