As we expectantly wait for tomorrow's longest lunar eclipse of 11 years, those of us in the U.S. and Canada may have given up on the rare orange glow of the full moon. But here is the good news - thanks to modern technology, we will be given the privilege to watch it from home (or office) on the internet. At least if you treasure a real time experience with the observers around the world rather than watching it on Youtube later, it's better than nothing.
The Sky Watchers Association of North Bengal (SWAN) in India will show a live webcast of the solar eclipse, starting at 3:12:36 p.m. EST. The event will last over 100 minutes, which rivals only three other eclipses in the last 100 years.