Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Total eclipse of the Internet

Thanks to modern technology, viewers around the world will have the opportunity to view tomorrow's total eclipse online.

The University of Athens will offer a live broadcast of the eclipse from a premium viewing point on the isle of Kastellorizo, or you can watch 85% of the eclipse from Athens. NASA will also be offering a live broadcast of the eclipse. We'll only be seeing 70% of the eclipse here in Thessaloniki, so we'll be watching online.

The webcast of the eclipse at the NASA site will start at 5am eastern time in the U.S. (1pm here in Greece) and, the eclipse will peak at 5:55 am (1:55pm in Greece).

Happy eclipse-watching!


Cynthia Rae said...

I must be living under a rock! I didn't even know that there was an eclipse today. Thanks! I will watching!

Anonymous said...

zardoz says :

bravo ms MEL
simple post and informative links.


hobbes said...

Right - well that settles what I'll be doing at work today then.