Google and Slooh have partnered up to bring everyone live coverage of today’s 100-minute long lunar eclipse. The eclipse itself is expected to start at around 2:20PM Eastern, 11:20AM Pacific. Check out the video above.
If you’re looking for a little extra interaction, you can also check out Slooh’s mission interface website “with audio narrations from real-life astronauts,” you can follow along inside the Google Earth software (download this .kml file), or you can use the Slooh Space Camera app on your Android phone.
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