Eclipse Day Live Broadcast


Live event will begin  Monday, August 21, 2017 at 2:30 PM

South Carolina ETV’s broadcast of the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse was recorded live on August 21. This program follows the path of totality for viewers by reporting from Clemson, Columbia, and Charleston. The Columbia broadcast will features footage from the South Carolina State Museum’s 2,500 square foot observatory and an interview with NASA Astronaut Charles Duke.
The live broadcast can be viewed online using any desktop or mobile web browser or by downloading SCETV's Mobile App from the iTunes App Store or the Android store.
The live broadcast will also air on SCETV Television and will be re-broadcast, prior to the premiere of PBS NOVA: Eclipse Over America, the evening of August 21. The NOVA special will include SCETV eclipse footage. The live audio broadcast can be heard on South Carolina Public Radio.

The American Astronomical Society provides a list of reputable vendors of solar glasses, filters and viewers that meet recommended safety standards. Enter your zip code into the Eclipse Time Checker to find out what time you should step outside to view the eclipse.

Media agencies and organizations who are embedding the event media player or publicly televising this event may download SCETV's 2017 Total Eclipse media graphics.