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Great American Eclipse


Join us for a livestream with NOVA and NASA scientists on April 8th at 6am HST.

NOVA will be livestreaming from the Kerrville Eclipse Festival in Kerrville, Texas on the day of the total solar eclipse, Monday, April 8th at 12pm ET / 6am HST.

Joined by NASA scientists, you can expect to learn how to watch an eclipse safely, discover what eclipses can reveal to scientists about the secrets of the Sun, and hear from the eclipse festival attendees experiencing the last total solar eclipse across the United States until 2044.

Click this link  to sign up for the livestream.

Here are some important safety guidelines to follow during a total solar eclipse.

  • View the Sun through eclipse glasses or a handheld solar viewer during the partial eclipse phases before and after totality.
  • You can view the eclipse directly without proper eye protection only when the Moon completely obscures the Sun’s bright face – during the brief and spectacular period known as totality. (You’ll know it’s safe when you can no longer see any part of the Sun through eclipse glasses or a solar viewer.)
  • As soon as you see even a little bit of the bright Sun reappear after totality, immediately put your eclipse glasses back on or use a handheld solar viewer to look at the Sun.
  • For more saftey tips and information: