How To Watch Lunar Eclipse 2011 Live

by on June 15, 2011
in Google, Mobile Apps




We geeks seriously need to get out, don’t we? Some part of the world today will be experiencing a rare 100-minute long total lunar eclipse starting at 11:20am PDT today. And for those who will not be able to experience it, Google has found a solution for that!

They are working with Slooh Space Camera to provide you a live mission interface so that you can also experience the lunar eclipse today from your home, and if you’re in one fo the following countries who won’t be able to experience it: South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.

YouTube will also have a live stream of the entire Lunar Eclipse. And last, but not least, you can download Slooh Space Camera Android app (link below) to view all the images on your phone! Awesome, eh?

Use the following links below to chose however you want to experience this great astronomical event:

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  • Anonymous

    I saw this on Google doodle and from my home