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Facebook, NASA To Host 4K, 360-Degree Live Stream Of Total Solar Eclipse

In honor of the first total solar eclipse visible within the United States in 99 years, Facebook and NASA will host several streams for viewers who wish to experience the event from the comfort of their computers, smartphones, or smart TV sets. NASA will broadcast the eclipse on its Facebook page from unique vantage points coast-to-coast on Monday, with coverage beginning at noon ET.
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