The Slatest

You Can Watch NASA’s Eclipse Livestream Here

A total eclipse, viewed from the Indian Ocean island of La Reunion on Sept. 1, 2016.

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Want to watch the eclipse, but don’t want to risk burning your retinas? NASA’s public TV channel has you covered: It’s streaming the eclipse from every possible angle. You’ll be able to watch the moon pass in front of the sun via several NASA telescopes, see on-the-ground coverage from places inside the path of totality such as Oregon and South Carolina, check out livestreams of watch parties in national parks, and even get footage via high altitude hot air balloons launching from Bozeman, Montana.

Check it all out here, or watch the livestream below.

If you still want to go outside and you don’t have eye protection, make a pinhole camera—or even easier, grab a colander as you walk out the door.