People from around the country and the world are traveling to St. Joseph, Missouri, to be on the centerline of the total eclipse Monday. See where a few have come from. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
People from around the country and the world are traveling to St. Joseph, Missouri, to be on the centerline of the total eclipse Monday. See where a few have come from. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

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Eclipse live: How to view the solar eclipse

By Kate Irby

kirby@mcclatchy.com

August 21, 2017 7:30 AM

The first total solar eclipse in the U.S. since 1979 happens Monday, and NASA is streaming it live.

If you’re not in the path of a total solar eclipse, don’t have eclipse glasses or can’t make it outside – no worries. You can watch it live here between noon and 4 p.m. EST:

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Fourth graders at Clardy Elementary School in Kansas City, Mo. practice the proper use of their eclipse glasses on Friday in anticipation of Monday’s solar eclipse. Schools around the country preparing for the solar eclipse are reacting in a variety ways, with some using the event for a full day of science lessons and others closing to avoid the crush of crowds expected in their towns. Charlie Riedel AP

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