Total solar eclipse: How to watch it live online

March 20th, 2015  
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Topic: Total solar eclipse: How to watch it live online

Even though most people around the world won't be able to see Friday's total solar eclipse in person, anyone with an Internet connection can watch it live online thanks to two webcasts featuring the cosmic event. The March 20 total solar eclipse the first since November 2013 will make the daytime sky go dark for people in the Faroe Islands and parts of the North Atlantic. You can watch the 2.5-hour-long solar eclipse webcast through the Slooh website*starting at 4:30 a.m. EDT (0830 GMT) on March 20. "Nothing and I mean absolutely nothing in nature is as powerful and spectacular as the totality of a solar eclipse," Slooh astronomer Bob Berman said in a statement.


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