Here's How You Can Watch The 'Ring Of Fire' Eclipse Live

A spectacular astronomical event will occur at 2 a.m. EST Tuesday (11 p.m. PST Monday).

People in Australia are in for a rare treat tomorrow, April 29: an annular solar eclipse, a kind of partial eclipse in which the outer rim of the sun remains visible while the center is blacked out by the passing moon. Although the eclipse occurs while the United States is still blanketed in nighttime darkness, viewers anywhere in the world can watch the awesome spectacle live via the streaming video above. Many of us, however, will have to set our alarm clocks (or plan to stay up later than usual): the action begins at 2 a.m. EST.

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