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The Exploratorium to Livestream the July 2 Total Solar Eclipse

Jun 28, 2019, by Stephanie Stenberg
Tags: CAP

Do you want to see a live total solar eclipse? The Exploratorium is livestreaming the total solar eclipse in Chile, and invites museums, schools, and libraries to use its livestream video on Tuesday, July 2. 

The Exploratorium’s live coverage includes HD video telescope views from its expedition to the NSF’s Cerro Tololo Observatory in Chile, as well as one-hour educational programs in English and in Spanish featuring Exploratorium and NASA scientists and educators. A full three-hour, non-narrated telescope view also is available.

Do you want to feature the eclipse on your website or blog? You can embed the livestreams in your website or blog and use the Exploratorium’s free Total Solar Eclipse mobile app to wirelessly stream any of the programs to a large display. 

Please let The Exploratorium know if you incorporate the livestream or replay videos into your programming. Get more information about the event. Eclipse coverage also will be on NASA TV and NASA.gov/live.