Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse

By: 4Warn Weather Team
By: 4Warn Weather Team

The Slooh Space Camera will broadcast live views and expert commentary about the annular solar eclipse set to take place on Thursday (May 9). Slooh will begin broadcasting at 5:30 p.m. EDT (2130 GMT) as the positioning of the moon makes the sun look like a "ring of fire" in the daylight sky. The solar eclipse will be visible from certain parts of Australia and the southern Pacific Ocean. Slooh's cameras will broadcast views from Australia. You can watch the webcast directly from Slooh's iPad app or the group's website: http://events.slooh.com/

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