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IT'S ON: How To Livestream The Total Eclipse Right Now As It Crosses The U.S.

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The (not-quite-total) eclipse peaked in Los Angeles at 10:21 a.m. and your mean boss has probably already made you go back inside... but that doesn't mean you can't keep watching the #GreatAmericanEclipse reaching totality across the country.

NASA has been livestreaming the eclipse since 9 a.m., and those streams can be found here.

And here's their YouTube:

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Time has a 360 degree VR livestream from Casper, Wyoming:

PBS is live from Madras, Oregon and Riverton, Wyoming:

And then you can rewatch this...

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