On YouTube, which I wasn’t aware did live-streaming, they’re showing the eclipse live from several places off and in Africa. Just click on the video below. The partial phase in Kenya will begin in about 45 minutes from this posting, or about 1:30 p.m. (13:30) Greenwich Time, or 8:30 a.m. Eastern time in the U.S. (remember that our clocks went back last night).
The YouTube notes:
Join the Slooh Broadcast Team on November 3rd for complete coverage of the incredibly rare Hybrid Eclipse live from Kenya, Gabon, and the Canary Islands. Slooh Astronomer Paul Cox will be broadcasting live from the wilderness of Kenya to bring the clearest images of the Solar Totality, while live feeds from Gabon and the Canary Islands with show the Annular portion of the Eclipse as the Moon’s shadow starts its path across the Earth’s face.
Much of Africa, including Gabon and Kenya will have…
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