MIDTOWN — If you’re stuck in the office during the solar eclipse, don’t fret.
NASA is providing a live stream of the historic event from different vantage points across the country.
NASA started streaming the event on its YouTube page as the eclipse hit the West Coast. It's set to begin in the city around 1:23 p.m. and last through 4 p.m.
Peak coverage is expected at about 2:44 p.m.
The Empire State Building also started streaming the eclipse from its observation deck.
For those who do manage to get outside, here is a list of some of best viewing spots around the city.