The much-anticipated 2017 solar eclipse is just one week again, and if you can’t get outside to see it yourself, a number of media companies will be livestreaming it.
CNN has announced plays to livestream the solar eclipse in 360-degree 4K. Using multiple cameras, the news network will allow viewers to track the eclipse’s course as it unfolds along its path, from Oregon to South Carolina.
Along with CNN’s 360-degree, 4K livestream, NatGeo and Airbnb have teamed up to send one lucky winner to view the solar eclipse from a special private jet.
CNN’s livestream event, dubbed Eclipse of the Century, which will begin at 1 p.m. EST on Monday, August 21. You can watch on CNN or tune into CNN.com/eclipse or CNN’s mobile apps and social media networks.