There will more than fireworks on July 4 in the USA. Around the world, eyes will be on Jupiter as a NASA probe, JUNO, will fire its engine, after its 4 year trip, at 11:18 pm EDT July 4 (0318 UT July 5) to enter orbit around the largest planet in our solar system. Live coverage on NASA TV begins 48 minutes earlier at 10:30 (0230). If you thought the flyby of Pluto was amazing -- it was -- JUNO should blow your doors off. I have been doing some reading and watching YouTube videos. All I can say is "Wow!" If you don't have NASA TV on your cable network, other options are NASA's channel on Roku devices, a computer or using the Android/iOS apps for smartphones/tablets. https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/juno/main/index.html https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/schedule.html I assume the BBC, CNN and Fox News will have some live coverage or cut-ins, perhaps picking up some of the live NASA coverage, but it certainly won't be as complete as the NASA coverage itself.