If you can't make it to the eclipse in real life, why not join us in virtual reality for the celestial event of the century!
We will be watching the NASA live stream together as they broadcast Eclipse Across America. Live coverage from all over America including airplanes, ground telescopes and over 50 high altitude balloons.
The event starts at 9am PT when the moon starts covering up the sun. Totality begins at 10:19am PT when the moon completely blocks out the sun. Totality will last just over 2 minutes as the moon's shadow travels across the US at a speed of 2,288 mph. The eclipse will then end in South Carolina at 11:49am.
You won't want to miss this once in a lifetime chance to witness a total solar eclipse.
And don't worry about bringing your own protective eclipse glasses, we have plenty for everyone!