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Live Video Stream & Images: 2012 Solar Eclipse

Live Video Stream: 2012 Solar Eclipse

Live [now finished] video stream from Cairns of today's total eclipse of the sun, which reached maximum around 9.40am NZT. Screenshots from the total eclipse below.

Other feeds: SLOOH video and commentary (Cairns) [embedded below] - Port Douglas Web Camera - Stardome image feed (Auckland).

Total solar eclipse in Cairns, 2012, at about 9.40am NZ Time.
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Total eclipse in Cairns, at about 9.40am NZ Time.

Total solar eclipse in Cairns
Click for big version.

After.

November 2012 Solar Eclipse - Collage from the Stardome Observatory & Planetarium
Collage from the Stardome Observatory & Planetarium

Christopher Moss Photos: Solar Eclipse
Christopher Moss Photos: Solar Eclipse


Live Video streaming by Ustream

In New Zealand a partial eclipse began in Auckland at 9.18am and Wellington at 9.26 with the maximum coverage at around 10.30.

Do not look directly at the sun and do not use telescopes or binoculars.

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