Mitsubishi has announced that it will livestream tomorrow’s solar eclipse, since only four percent of Americans live in the “Path of Totality.” To celebrate the upcoming arrival of the Eclipse Cross, Mitsubishi will livestream the event as it enters the continental United States.
“Everyone in the continental U.S. will, at the very least, see a partial eclipse on August 21. With that said, only totality reveals the true celestial spectacle of the solar eclipse,” said Raquel Nuno, planetary scientist. “For 96 percent of Americans, the partial eclipse will be visible, but they won’t notice their surroundings getting dark. It’s the ‘total’ eclipse that will be something special to see, and those in Oregon are going to experience it first.”
The “path of totality” will cross the U.S. from west to east starting on the coast of Oregon at 10:16 a.m. PST and ending in South Carolina at 2:48 p.m. EST.
The live stream will begin at 9 a.m. PST on August 21 and can be viewed here: .