The eclipse, a once-in-a-hundred-year event, will only be viewable to the US on 21 August. The interactive live coverage for ‘Chasing Eclipse 2017’ kicks off at noon ET and will include footage from 10 locations along the eclipse path.
Live locations include: Stanley, ID; Carbondale, IL; St. Joseph's, MO; Alliance, NE; Hopkinsville, KY; McMinnville, OR; Belton, SC; Nashville, TN; and Casper, WY.
There will also be hyperlocal eclipse footage from TEGNA partner stations in Portland, OR; Boise, ID; Denver, CO; St. Louis, MO; Knoxville, TN; and Columbia, SC.
NASA will be broadcasting real-time footage of the event from space, and The Weather Channel will be inviting Twitter users to submit user-generated content.
The coverage will be hosted in-studio by meteorologists, Ari Sarsalari and Domenica Davis, and will include high-resolution and aerial drone footage from Weather’s network of storm trackers as the eclipse moves along the path of totality.