If cloud cover, work or geography stand in the way of witnessing Monday's solar eclipse, don't despair. There are plenty of other ways to bear witness to the first total solar eclipse to cross the North American continent in 99 years.
Be it at your work desk or on your mobile device, several media outlets will be livestreaming the celestial event.
Here's a roundup:
Using images captured from 11 spacecraft, three NASA aircraft, more than 50 high-altitude balloons and astronauts aboard the International Space Station, the US space agency will offer unique vantage points of the eclipse. The livestream program begins with an "Eclipse Preview Show" at 12pm EDT on Monday, hosted from Charleston, South Carolina. The livestream will continue at 1pm with "Solar Eclipse: Through the Eyes of NASA" covering the path of totality as the eclipse travels from Oregon to South Carolina.
During NatGeo's livestream, experts stationed along the path of totality will offer running commentary and host a Q and A for inquisitive viewers. The show will be hosted by science journalist and podcaster Cara Santa Maria. Viewers can ask questions using the hashtag #NatGeoEclipse. The livestream will be broadcast on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube at 12:30pm EDT.
Twitter has partnered with The Weather Channel to livestream the eclipse beginning at 12pm EDT. Experts stationed along the path of totality will be on stand-by to provide live reports at https://twitter.com/i/live/885053575251939328.