America's first total solar eclipse eclipse since 1979 is almost here. The stunning natural phenomenon will be partially visible across the United States on Monday, August 21, and the lines to the best locations to watch it are already insane. The event promises to be spectacular, and if you plan on watching it live (and you should, says Neil deGrasse Tyson), you'll need special glasses or homemade hacks. Fortunately, there are more livestreaming options for this eclipse than you can shake a stick at, which is why we've laid out some of the best options below.
Even if you plan on watching the historic event outside with those special glasses, you should check these out anyway. The total solar eclipse will only be visible across a 70-mile-wide band stretching from Oregon to South Carolina called "the path of totality," where the moon will totally obscure the sun for a few brief, dark minutes. Everywhere else will get only a partial solar eclipse. Given that most of us cannot take off work and pay insane prices to travel and camp there, these livestreaming options should prove helpful: