LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Monday's solar eclipse is set to star in several special broadcasts on TV and online.
PBS, ABC, NBC, NASA Television and the Science Channel are among the outlets planning extended coverage of the first solar eclipse visible across the United States in 99 years.
Observing or filming the eclipse in its partial phases requires special lenses, but witnessing the complete obfuscation of the sun is safe with the naked eye.
The eclipse begins in Oregon just after noon Monday. You can see live reports on the eclipse on WEAU 13 News at Noon and over the air on channel 13.2. You can see NBC's coverage on WEAU starting at 12:30 p.m. and in its entirety on WEAU.com.