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Solar Eclipse 2015 transmitted live

Solar Eclipse 2015 transmitted live

Tomorrow one of Nature’s spectacularly phenomenas will occur – a total solar eclipse. The moon passes between Earth and the Sun and day will be turned into darkness on some places of the Earth. Check here to see simulations of how many percentage of solar eclipse you will be able to see: http://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/solar/2015-march-20.

It is very important that you wear special solar eclipse glasses if you follow the eclipse outdoor. Special safety glasses is needed to avoid eye damage. Your cameras may also be destroyed if you don’t use special filters.

If you didn’t get a hand of any of these items, you can follow the event live here: Live transmission from DTU Space, according to a post from the DTU Library.

You can also watch it here: Here or here:

 

Image from: http://www.theguardian.com/science/video/2012/nov/14/solar-eclipse-australia-timelapse-video

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