Tune in on Monday, August 21st at noon ET for breaking news coverage of the historic solar eclipse on Fox News Channel.

Chief news anchor Shepard Smith will bring viewers live coverage of the country’s first total solar eclipse since 1979. Between noon and 4:00pm ET, Smith will be breaking in with updates on the eclipse from the Fox News Deck.

We'll have Fox News reporters stationed throughout the country, as the moon’s shadow races from Oregon to South Carolina, creating a must-see spectacle. 

Correspondent Dan Springer will be in Oregon, while senior meteorologist Janice Dean and correspondents Jonathan Serrie and Adam Housley will be reporting from South Carolina and correspondent Matt Finn will be in Illinois.

In addition, the special coverage will feature various live streams from NASA TV, Slooh and observatories across the country.

Smith's breaking news coverage will be streaming live on and on Fox affiliates across the country.

For more information on viewing the solar eclipse, check out and watch the video above.

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