Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
Released: December 18, 2009 (PIA 11648)
The webcast for this coming eclipse will start in 15 minutes here: https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/
The eclipse itself will be viewable in an hour.
The first telescope to check seems to be the one from Madras, Oregon (with 2.02 minutes of total darkness. )
Please, oh please! someone along this line, please catch the ISS transiting a partially eclipsed sun! pic.twitter.com/J9I8kKFcbS— Christopher Becke (@BeckePhysics) 20 août 2017
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