A global phenomenon has captured the imagination of the world.
The Solar Eclipse of 2018 is set to be one of the most dazzling in recorded history.
Here are the top 10 ways to watch.
Watch it online and at home 1.1 The official streamer for the event, the UK-based BBC iPlayer, is live in the UK, with English subtitles.2.
Live streaming of the eclipse at the BBC website is also available.
It includes livestreaming of the event through BBC One in the United Kingdom and BBC iView in the US, as well as the BBC iPlay platform for iOS devices.3.
The BBC website has a dedicated eclipse section, with live stream of the live event from London’s Canary Wharf, the country’s tallest skyscraper.4.
The eclipse itself is not live-streamed, but there are still videos of the events in action on the BBC’s website, including images of the Earth’s shadow.5.
The coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. is also the focus of coverage.
The eclipse of 2018, a total eclipse, is forecast to reach the United States on August 21, and is expected to be the largest solar eclipse to ever take place.
The first event of its kind since the coronaviruses pandemic in the late 1990s, it has become a worldwide phenomenon, with thousands of countries taking part.
More than 5 million people have been vaccinated and there have been more than 1.6 million deaths.
A total eclipse is defined as a partial eclipse, which is when the moon passes completely between the Earth and the sun.
In 2018, the solar eclipse will be the first eclipse since April 1, when a total solar eclipse of the moon and Earth was visible across much of the U