Video of a full solar eclipse on March 9 by Panasonic Eclipse Live

Video of a full solar eclipse on March 9 by Panasonic Eclipse Live

Thousands of people in Indonesia had a chance to watch a terrific show of a total solar eclipse on Wednesday, March 9.


Approximately ten thousand tourists came to the archipelago to observe the rare phenomenon: next time it will happen in this region only in 2049. The moon started to eclipse the star at 6.19 a.m. local time and covered the sun disk an hour later.

Solar eclipses occur two times a year, when our natural satellite passes between the sun and earth casting a shadow on the planet. These are mostly partial eclipses when only a part of the sun is covered by the moon. Full eclipses take place more seldom. For example, the previous one was in March, 2015.

Interestingly, people all over the world could observe this astronomic event thanks to the Panasonic Eclipse Live by Solar Power project which set up a live stream.

Learn more with QuizzClub:

Have you ever seen a solar eclipse with your own eyes? Share your experience in the comments!

#Geography #Science

Your opinion matters
6 Comments
Paul Sterling
Paul Sterling
boy thats a dud..I wanted to see the whole thing
1
Mar 11, 2016 9:07PM
Nicole Toma-Tolman
Anyone else notice that purple solar flare? Awesome!
1
Mar 11, 2016 11:00PM
Tom Young
Cool...
0
Mar 12, 2016 1:40AM
James Vetzel
James Vetzel
I was expecting for the eclisped Sun to reappear on the oppisite side but then when it appeared at the top, I realized that all the objects (Sun, Moon and Earth) are moving in different directions at the same time (at incredable speeeds)
1
Mar 12, 2016 2:33AM
mblado
Totally amazing !!.
1
Mar 12, 2016 2:59PM
Jennifer Florendo
I thought they were going to show a video of this eclipse.
0
Aug 20, 2017 3:33PM

Interesting Facts

10 surprising, shocking and little-known facts about well-known food 10/4/2017 • Barb Lenn

Do you know that some facts about the foods we consume every day can still shock you? Today QuizzClub team wants to surprise you by sharing 10 of them!

Read more

#Geography #History #food

Future is Now: 8 incredible events that are going to happen until 2050 10/11/2017 • The Happy One

Time flies. The first half of the 21st century is going to end in about 30 years! As it turns out, even now we can predict some important events that are going to happen until 2050... QuizzClub team wants to tell you about the most interesting of them today.

Read more

#Culture #Science #History #Society

Dramatic way of making the Japanese dessert "mochi" 10/16/2017 • The Happy One

Traditionally, the process of cooking is associated with slow motions and calm atmosphere. Quizzclub team was very surprised to find an aggressive way of making desserts.
The video is enclosed - come and see!

Read more

#Geography #Culture #knowledge #food

5 astonishing stories about people who have traveled around the globe 10/2/2017 • Charlotte Mills

Today almost everyone can travel around the planet. All you have to do is just to buy several airplane tickets, and several days later you can finish your journey exactly where you started. But it's not enough for some people, as they always take the road less traveled...

Read more

#Geography #Society #inspiration

13 mysterious places in the world you wouldn't find in a guide book 10/17/2017 • Virginia34

There are places on the Earth that are closed for ordinary tourists for some reason. There are photos of the things that you could hardly see personally. Check it right now!

Read more

#Geography #Culture #knowledge

Twitter Google+ Share on Facebook