Latest News Watch Today's Total Solar Eclipse LIVE

As you might have heard already, a totality solar eclipse will be hanging above the sky in parts of the world later on today. However, if you’re not fortunate enough to watch it in being over East Asia, Southeast Asia, or Australia, you’ll be clever to catch the solar eclipse in a live stream from the Slooh -Observatory.
The explain will broadcast multiple feeds straight from Indonesia, where the totality solar eclipse will be most visible opening on March 8 at 6.00 p.m. EST (11 p.m. GMT, 6 a.m. tomorrow morning local time). Next to with these multiple feeds, astronomer Paul Cox will present the live watercourse with a host of astrophysicists and additional astronomers.
Viewers can ask questions and interrelate with the panel throughout the broadcast by using the Twitter hashtag #SloohEclipse. With the hashtag #ShadeUp, Slooh are as well encouraging stargazers to get a picture of themselves with their eclipse-viewing shades in arrange to help promote awareness of the celestial occasion.

Slooh will also be with their new StarShare feature camera, which will let the audience to move the camera and get their own photos during the eclipse. Slooh have said they would like their group to share the photos they take on Facebook and Twitter at 7.37 PM EST. Why then? As they say on their website, this is “when the Moon will totally block out the Sun and enshroud the reporting area in darkness, a celestial instant worthy of a globally synchronous celebration of humanity’s common reason under a shared sky.”

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