posted on Sep, 12 2015 @ 01:33 PM
As many of you know, a solar eclipse is supposed to happen in a few hours. But unfortunately for some of us, such as me who lives in North America, it
will only be visible from South Africa.
The good news is, the Slooh Community Observatory promises to give us a live feed of the event:
Link to the live feed
This is quite ideal for people such as me who rarely catch eclipses. I personally work alot, and the few times the sun gets eclipsed, I usually cannot
see it due to cloud cover, or the visibility zone being just off my location. The live feed seems free, and the observatory is an actual observatory
A member below discovered that there was quite a bit of confusion regarding the exact date of the eclipse. After a bit of investigation I have found
that the actual date for the eclipse is indeed the 13th of September, 2015, 6:54 UTC
It is the live feed which will become available at 21:30 EDT.
I hope this gets good! Only a few hours left before the show.
edit on 12-9-2015 by swanne because: (no reason given)