Watch The Longest Lunar Eclipse In 100 Years Live via YouTube

Today (Wednesday) at 2:20 ET (so… right about… now), those of you in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia will be able to see the longest total lunar eclipse in 100 hundred years

For those of us stuck in North America, Google’s got us covered. Partnering with SLOOH Space Camera, Google will be streaming the 100-minute eclipse live on its offical YouTube Channel (or above). If you have an Android phone, you can download the SLOOH Space Camera app and follow along with images. 

[via Mashable]

Tags: space, moon, eclipse, science
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