Solar Eclipse 2017: Live Coverage

Above: Video of the eclipse from Chicago’s Adler Planetarium.

What to expect in Chicago: Just before noon, the moon will start to block the sun, covering up to 87 percent of it by 1:19 p.m.

Below: Live eclipse coverage from NASA TV Media.

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More from NASA: Live feed from Carbondale.

Photos from Chicago’s Adler Planetarium and Lincoln Park Zoo.

  • Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

    Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

  • Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

    Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

  • Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

    Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

  • Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

    Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

  • Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

    Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

  • Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

    Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

  • Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

    Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

  • Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

    Adler Planetarium (Eddie Arruza / Chicago Tonight)

  • Maria Opdycke and her son try out their solar glasses at Lincoln Park Zoo. (Alex Ruppenthal / Chicago Tonight)

    Maria Opdycke and her son try out their solar glasses at Lincoln Park Zoo. (Alex Ruppenthal / Chicago Tonight)

  • Watching the eclipse from a field in Carbondale. (Elizabeth Brackett / Chicago Tonight)

    Watching the eclipse from a field in Carbondale. (Elizabeth Brackett / Chicago Tonight)