Friday, July 9, 2010

Watch Live - Total Solar Eclipse of July 11, 2010

A spectacular total solar eclipse will occur on July 11, 2010 over the ancient statues of Easter Island, where those lucky enough to have made it to the Pacific will witness the last total eclipse to occur until November 2012.

But some of the Eclipse Chasers/Groups are taking the extra effort to web-stream the Eclipse online for the rest of the world to watch!

Below you can find a list of links to the website where you can watch the stream. If you know more web-streams, please email to

DATE: 11 July 2010
(P1) Partial begin 17:09:41 UT
(U1) Total begin 18:15:15 UT
Greatest eclipse 19:34:38 UT
(U4) Total end 20:51:42 UT
(P4) Partial end 21:57:16 UT

Starting time of solar eclipse around the world in their local times:

1. India – Sun 23:45
2. Adelaide – Mon 03:45
3. Amsterdam – Sun 20:15
4. Bangkok – Mon 01:15
5. Beijing – Mon 02:15
6. Boston – Sun 14:15
7. Brisbane – Mon 04:15
8. Dubai – Sun 22:15
9. Frankfurt – Sun 20:15
10. Hong Kong – Mon 02:15
11. London – Sun 19:15
12. Mexico City – Sun 13:15
13. New York – Sun 14:15
14. Paris – Sun 20:15
15. Riyadh – Sun 21:15
16. Tokyo – Mon 03:15
17. Zurich – Sun 20:15

Web streams:


Shelios Association/Universidad Polit├ęcnica de Madrid's Ciclope Group

Mision Eclipse (Spanish)


Shelios 2010

MiC Paris (Japanese)

Solar eclipse of July 11, 2010

A total solar eclipse will occur on July 11, 2010. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, thereby totally or partially obscuring Earth's view of the Sun. A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon's apparent diameter is larger than the Sun, blocking all direct sunlight, turning day into darkness. Totality occurs in a narrow path across the surface of the Earth, while a partial solar eclipse will be visible over a region thousands of miles wide.

The path of the Moon's umbral shadow crosses the South Pacific Ocean where it makes no landfall except for Mangaia (Cook Islands) and Easter Island (Isla de Pascua). The path of totality ends just after reaching southern Chile and Argentina. The Moon's penumbral shadow produces a partial eclipse visible from a much larger region covering the South Pacific and southern South America.

You can also join via Facebook event. Enjoy and share with your friends!

Source: NASA GSFC(images/data)/Wiki(data)


astro_mike said...

Nice work Thilina!

Nina said...

Woke up thinking about the eclipse and looking in to made it easy! Thanks!

audrey said...

Perfect info! I shared it with StarPals and Chicago Astronomical Society. Looking forward to sharing the eclipse experience with my global friends!

Jill said...

This is fantastic, Thilina! Thank you so much!

jessica s said...

thank you for putting this page up, Thilina! I also woke up thinking about the solar eclipse (like Nina).

Shereen said...

Sharing is great. Thanks

Sheva said...

Why didn't I get this earlier?????

Grozdan said...

Great info, but i always found out about this kind of stuff later.

Dacika b.o.s.s said...

Great work!!! very helpful, thank you so much, keep it up.

Ivanna said...

Keep this up Thilina, looks like some hard work in here.
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Nenad said...

Nice work on the post. Had fun reading it,because i love online movies sitreaming sites

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