WATCH: Live Stream of Total Solar Eclipse

Stock Photo/Elements of this image furnished by NASA

A total solar eclipse will take place on April 8, 2024. Middle Tennessee isn’t in the path of totality, click here to see the timing and expected totality for your area. As many in middle Tennessee may not have a great view of the eclipse, we are sharing a live stream of this unique event from The Weather Network. The live stream will be broadcast below.

The path of totality for this eclipse runs through Mexico, the United States, and Canada.

What is a Solar Eclipse

“A solar eclipse happens when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, casting a shadow on Earth that either fully or partially blocks the Sun’s light in some areas. This only happens occasionally, because the Moon doesn’t orbit in the exact same plane as the Sun and Earth do,” according to NASA.

While middle Tennessee isn’t in the path of totality, areas are expected to see approximately 92.1% – 95.9% totality, depending on where you live. You can learn more about what you can expect to see in your area by clicking here and inputting your city.

After the April 8th event, the next total solar eclipse that can be seen from the U.S. will be on August 23, 2044.


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