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Don’t Miss the Longest Total Solar Eclipse of the Century

Don’t Miss the Longest Total Solar Eclipse of the Century

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(OrganicJar) A total solar eclipse passing over some of Earth’s most densely populated regions will occur on Wednesday, July 22, 2009, and may become the most viewed eclipse ever. It will last over six and a half minutes, and it will be visible, among other places, in parts of India, Butan, Nepal, Bangladesh, China, Japan, and the Marshall Islands.

It is an extraordinary event; the next solar eclipse that’ll last that long will occur on 13th of June, 2132. If your location doesn’t permit you to see the eclipse directly, worry not, as you can still follow it online. Here are some resources where you can find information about the eclipse, photos, and live video streams from various parts of the world.

Watch It Live via the Web:

If you just want to sit back and enjoy the view, you can see a live video stream of the eclipse from several locations in the world. It starts July 22, 2009 at 00:14:54 UTC

  1. LIVE! UNIVERSE webcast will display a live webcast from Japan
  2. The University of North Dakota has sent an expedition which will broadcast a live webcast from China. Follow the live stream here.
  3. For another webcast from Mainland China, follow this link (site in Chinese).
  4. Grupo Saros will also have a live webcast from China: click here
  5. On Ustream you can follow the eclipse from Guwahati, click here.

More Info. On This Solar Eclipse:

NASA’s official page for this solar eclipse includes detailed information about the event, including an interactive map of the eclipse path, various data tables and other info mostly interesting to astronomers.

Finally, for some more info on this eclipse, check out the amazingly resourceful Eclipse Chasers, the Exploratorium, and, of course, the Wikipedia page for the solar eclipse of July 22nd.

I’d like to personally thank Mashable for taking the time to gather this list of sites where you can watch the eclipse online.

Leave a Comment and Tell Us If You Plan To Watch?

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  1. I wish we could see it in Australia.

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