ND astronomy team to webcast solar eclipse from Australia todayUniversity of North Dakota’s team of eclipse chasers is taking its show on the global road to astronomical adventure.
The University of North Dakota’s team of eclipse chasers is taking its show on the global road to astronomical adventure.
Who: UND professors Timothy Young, Physics and Astrophysics, and Ronald Marsh, chairman, Computer Science
What: The team travels to Cairns, Australia, to share a live webcast of a total solar eclipse.
When: Solar eclipse begins at 2 p.m. U.S. Central Standard Time today.
Where: Webcast from Australia. The live webcast can be viewed at http://www.sems.und.edu or on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/SemsSunEarthMoonSystem.
The live webcast is also available on mobile devices.
In addition to the video webcast, the UND team will acquire and post high-resolution digital photographs of the corona.
This eclipse will not be visible anywhere in North America.