Safely Watch The Eclipse Online with NASA

Today is the day! We will be able to witness an historic solar eclipse! Or maybe not? Here on the Cape, we will only have a 66% eclipse, rather than the complete blackout some parts of the country may enjoy. Unfortunately, even a 66% solar eclipse can be difficult and even dangerous to watch. That said, there are other options.

If you are stuck inside, or simply a cautious person who would rather not stand outside wondering if you are damaging your eyes, NASA will livestream the entire event from 12:00 noon until 4:00 pm. Follow the link and you can watch the total eclipse from the comfort and safety of your laptop or smartphone:

Here is a little more information for you from our friends at NASA:

It’s been 38 years since the last solar eclipse.

The next solar eclipse will be April 8th, 2024

Animals do react to a solar eclipse. According to zoo experts, nocturnal animals could wake up at begin looking for food. Other animals may become restless and make a lot of noise.

About Cat Wilson

Cat Wilson is "That Girl" on Cape Country 104 – a Cape Cod native and longtime Cape radio personality. She is a passionate supporter of Military and Veteran causes on the Cape and also hosts local music spotlight program, “The Cheap Seats” on Ocean 104.7.



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