Posted by: ricreis | January 7, 2009

January 26th Solar Eclipse webcast

 Solar Eclipse logo


Live from South Africa, you’ll be able to watch the partial solar eclipse in a webcast.

UPDATE: The new solar eclipse dedicated webpage is up, running and waiting your photos and comments before, during and after the event. Feel free to join and participate.


The animation, by Dr. Andrew Sinclair, shows the grey penumbral shadow where the eclipse will be seen as a partial one and the smaller red antumbral shadow where the eclipse will be seen as an annular. The UT time is shown in the upper right-hand corner of the diagram and the central line duration of the annular eclipse can be seen in the lower right-hand corner. 

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  1. We want to show your webcast in our college. Will you permit.

    Sivanandan D.S.
    Lecturer in Physics
    Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
    Amritapuri Campus, Clappana P.O.
    Kollam - 690 525, Kerala,India
    Landphone: (+91) 0476-2801280 [Extn. 2804]

  2. Sure!
    The webcast is open, free, and actually encouraged to show everywhere.
    Feel free to contact if there are any problems.

  3. Looks good and useful.

  4. What are the technical details of webcast?

  5. @sivanandan.D.S

    You will find all the details at the linked webpages Those are:
    http://www.astronomy2009.org.za/moonshadow/
    and
    http://eclipse26jan09.wordpress.com/

    Greetings.

  6. i want to show your solar web cast. bhaskaran t, dhanya nivas, modoli, po kannoth 670650 phone no, 04902381372


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