Where to see and live stream the 2021 annular solar eclipse

9 YouTube and Facebook live broadcasts for the ‘ring of fire’ and a partial eclipse of the Sun

An annular solar eclipse is coming to the U.S. and Canada and also to the U.K and Europe. In some parts of the U.S. it will be possible to see rare ‘solar horns’ at sunrise. Here’s everything you need to know about this ‘ring of fire’ and partial solar eclipse.

If you’re not in the path of annularity or of the partial solar eclipse—or the weather doesn’t play nice—here’s where to watch it all online:

1 – NASA TV (U.S.)

2 – TimeAndDate.com (global)

3 – Solar Eclipse Task Force, New Hampshire (U.S.)

4 – Coats Observatory, Scotland (U.K.)

5 – Dublin and Offaly, Ireland

6 – Royal Observatory, London, England (U.K.)

7 – Aachen and Berlin (Germany)

8 – Chelmsford (U.K.)

9 – Exeter University (U.K.)