Total solar eclipse 2015: Watch live feed on slooh, others
Total solar eclipse is going to make many areas of the world go dark. To be true many areas will be so dark that you may well have to switch on the lights.
But alas, this is not going to be the case in most areas and the solar eclipse will merely be partial in much of the world tomorrow.
While a sect of Christian pastors has said that this is going to be the beginning of the apocalypse, space enthusiasts and astronomers across the world will be doing their best to watch it, no matter what may come.
On the other hand ascetics and clergy of Christians, Jews, Muslims or even Hindus will be confining themselves to their places of worship and will continue special prayers for the entire duration of the solar eclipse.
Muslims are ordered to offer special prayers called Salatul Khusuf or the prayers of the solar eclipse. This is special prayers and long verses of Quran are recited during the prayers while the solar eclipse lasts.
But Fridayâ€™s total solar eclipse will be confined to sparsely populated areas. If you are eager to experience total solar eclipse you will have to move to Faroe Islands, northwest of Scotland, and the Svalberg Islands north of Norway.
March 20, 2015 total solar eclipse will give way to partial solar eclipse in much of the world including Europe and Americas.
The best part of the technological development is the fact that we tend to see those things live that are physically far away. So in the case of Friday total solar eclipse of 2015 too we will be able to watch live streaming of the celestial event tomorrow.
The latest total solar eclipse comes after a gap of around one and half years. Slooh Community Observatory is all set to live stream the March 20, 2015 total solar eclipse. It will come with the expert commentary from the Faroe Islands. You can watch the 2.5-hour-long solar eclipse webcast through the Slooh website starting at 4:30 a.m. EDT (0830 GMT) on March 20. Besides you can watch it through Italy-based Virtual Telescope Project at 4 a.m. EDT (0800 GMT) and can be found at the VTP website.
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