Solar Eclipse 2009 Live Webcast

If you missed to observe the sky last Tuesday, July 21, Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles offers a solar eclipse 2009 live webcast. The live webcast from Griffith will show the eclipse from an island near Shanghai, China, and include some commentary from curators at the observatory.

Griffith Observatory will present the live webcast from 5:24 to 8:03 p.m. The webcast will be shown on a large screen in the Gunther Depths of Space room.

A schedule below is given during the said webcast.

5:24 p.m. PDT = First contact (when the moon first begins to obscure the sun)

6:37-6:43 p.m. PDT = Totality (when the moon completely covers the sun)

8:03 p.m. PDT = Last contact (when the moon no longer obscures the sun)

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