Jul 21, 2009
The countdown for the century's longest solar eclipse has begun. Tomorrow morning, the sun will be masked for more than six minutes at places. Naturally, astronomy enthusiasts are excited. The eclipse can be seen in parts of North India from Bihar to Gujarat, with a small village outside Patna identified as the best location within India.
If you are like me, not able to be there to see the eclipse from where it is happening, the next best thing to do is to watch it live. A few websites are relaying it live, bringing you the eclipse as it happens. Though none of them are broadcast from India, these are from places where the eclipse can be seen at its best.
To see the eclipse live on your computer, visit University of North Dakota website at http://sems1.cs.und.edu/~sems/Sems'Photo.php or go to http://www.live-eclipse.org/ The eclipse can be seen between 5.28am and 7.40am in various parts of the world.
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