Don’t want to miss the eclipse but can’t travel? Here’s how to watch from home

Next week's event is one you won't want to miss.

The much-anticipated solar eclipse that is going to make its way across the continental U.S. on Monday, Aug. 21 has everyone and their mother planning an impromptu camping trip in order to catch a glimpse of the natural phenomenon.

While we’re in full support of this (if you have the vacation days, take them), we acknowledge that not everyone is able to take off in the middle of the work week just to watch the dance betweeen the sun and the moon.

Luckily for those of us who must stay put, CNN is livestreaming the 2017 solar eclipse in 360-degree 4K. According to Hypebeast, CNN will use multiple cameras to stream coverage of the event for those of us who don’t lie in the Path of Totality.

CNN is featuring a map on their website that helps users find out where they fall on the path of the eclipse.

According to CNN’s website, which features a map of the Path of Totality, the closer to the line that you are, the more “total” the eclipse will be. The livestream starts at 1 p.m. EST on CNN’s cable channel, app and website.

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