April 8, 2024 / Modified apr 8, 2024 11:03 a.m.

WATCH LIVE: The 2024 total solar eclipse

Watch the PBS NewsHour live feed of the last total solar eclipse in the U.S. until 2044.

Explore the spectacular cosmic phenomenon of a total solar eclipse. April 8, 2024, the Moon’s shadow sweeps from Texas to Maine, as the U.S. witnesses its last total solar eclipse until 2044. The eclipse is also visible in other parts of the world. Watch the live stream from PBS NewsHour.

Join NPR 89.1 on Monday, April 8 from 11am to 1pm during Here and Now for special coverage of the total solar eclipse. NPR’s special coverage will capture the wonder of those viewing the eclipse as well as examine historic and scientific takes on this rare astronomical phenomenon.

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